… the best documenters who have worked with Inkanyiso in the past and present.
as an organisation we are grateful and would like to say keep on
PRODUCING… EDUCATING… and DISSEMINATING information to all those LGBTIQA communities who might not have the same access to information or the privilege to be at spaces where you venture.
Siyabonga. Merci. Dankie. Obrigado. Gracias…
Thembela ‘Terra’ Dick
Prof. Sir Z. Muholi
Christie van Zyl
Maureen Velile Majola
More names to be added on this list…
Well, I guess I just found what I been looking for fellow Queer Social Activists spreading the love. I was just speaking to Zanele of Google + about Thursday 12 September, Disrict Six Museum HOMECOMING Centre when we will Commemorating Queer Heritage as part of South Africa’s celebration of Heritage Day during the Month of September.
Yes, we are everywhere and its not even hyperbole. Unity in Diversity, love and respect is the only way to live cohesively.
“…today we allow the dividing influences of our past to define our future. The Struggle continues until we all have the same opportunities and basic human rights. We need to belong to a nation where we ARE all BORN EQUAL…” ODIDIVA and the Mother City, http://odidivaandthemothercity.blogspot.com/2013/08/mandelas-legacy-is-not-elusive-ideal.html?spref=bl