2013 July 24: Black Lawyers Association’s Queer agenda

Some members of Black Lawyers Association (BLA) yesterday at Wits University after the seminar on Transformative policies for marginalised groups. More than 100 Wits students, mostly law students were in attendance. Photo by Zanele Muholi (24.07.2013)

Some members of Black Lawyers Association (BLA) yesterday at Wits University after the seminar on Transformative policies for marginalised groups.
More than 100 Wits students, mostly law students were in attendance.
Photo by Zanele Muholi (24.07.2013)

There were so many questions but limited time after the panelists, Noma Phakade (GALA) and Chief Justice Edwin Cameron presented their work to a group of law students at Wits University.

Dominic Khumalo, founding member of BLA took the last questions before the group dispersed. It is so unfortunate that the whole event had no sound or video recordings.
So much was said and yet no evidence to be shared with absent or interested parties.

Some of the questions raised were:

Voices from those who attended including the initiators of the event…

BLA poster

BLA poster

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