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A humorous 15 minutes from Black Scottish writer, Jackie Kay on her birth, life in Scotland and her journey to meet her Nigerian father who turns out to be a ‘Born Again Christian’ who spent their first meeting jumping up and down praising God. Wonderful – a must listen!
Queer Stories from South Africa: Andiswa Dlamini is a spoken word poet and performance activist from Durban, presently living in Cape Town. After spending some seven years writing and performing her own poetry, Andiswa felt she needed to expand her work by becoming more creative. Recently she began experimenting with drama as a way of explori
Uche is the author of two collections of poem: Dark through the Delta, and Aridity of Feelings; a short story collection Tears in Her Eyes, and two children’s fiction: Sam and the Wallet and The Runaway Hero. ?The Boy Who…
South Africa is layered with contradictions and complexities. On the one hand, the lgbti community forms part of the progressive movement and the rainbow nation that is South Africa today. On the other, individual rights to sexual expression, sexual and gender identity are often challenged in the only African state that is praised for protecting diversities. However, there are limits to diversity, at least in the South African context. Those who transgress the boundaries of diversity often get punished in the most gruesome ways. In particular, the existence of minority groups (including wome
In MO(U)RNING, Muholi presents elements of her documentation that were not lost, together with new work realised in recent months. The exhibition will include new and recent photographs from her Faces and Phases series of portraits and her Being series. Her multip
In 1998 Diana Ferrus wrote the poem, “I’ve come to take you home” in honour of Sarah Baartman. In 1810, at age 20 Sarah Baartman was lured away under false pretences by British ship surgeon, William Dunlop. She was taken…
Below is is a selection of poems written as a 7 day diary of my life in Stratford [home of the recent London Olympics] London which I call the “Book of Witness”. Why Witness? Because my entire being is a witness to this part of my life 24 hours a day. This way I hope I can bring my experiences to the surface.
I’ve got to break my mind in like a horse in disturbia. Crazy as a hatter. What’s not to be crazy about… Even children are given free reign to be indifferent Poor things snagged up in viral hand me downs….
STEVENSON?is pleased to present?MO(U)RNING, a solo exhibition by visual activist and photographer Zanele Muholi. For Muholi,?MO(U)RNING?evokes death but also suggests the cycle of life as morning follows night.?Life and death, love and hate are some of the antitheses that appear…
Visual activist, Zanele Muholi discusses her most recent photographic installation “Isilumo Siyaluma”
Isilumo siyaluma (2006-2011) by Zanele Muholi It started as a thumb print Isilumo siyaluma is a Zulu expression…
Difficult Love -??is an intimate portrait of Queer visual activist, photographer??Zanele Muholi, her w
Difficult Love –?is an intimate portrait of Queer visual activist, photographer?Zanele Muholi, her work, her community and her loves. ?Watch the full film on IMDB?