Let’s dissect what ‘us’ and ‘them’ actually means to us in our everyday lives. We know that nationalist narratives tend to divide populations into ‘Us’, the citizens, and ‘Them’, the outsiders, with outsiders pressured to become more like the insiders. But are identities that clean cut? We invited a group of young Berliners to share where they place themselves within this narrative. Who do you think is missing from this group? What would their voices say?