2014 July 18: Women’s Day lecture at UFS

 

 

Featuring the  portrait of Siphiwe Mbatha, August House, Johannesburg, 2012
© Zanele Muholi

 

 

Previous lectures

 

2014 June 17:  Muholi’s Ryerson University (RIC) talk

 

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2014 April 29:  Muholi to speak at UC San Diego

 

and

2014 March 21:   Photo of the day from Human Rights and LGBTI in Sub Saharan Africa class

 

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2014 March 18:  Sharing South African Queer knowledge with students in America

 

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2014 March 5:  More than an activist

 

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2014 Feb. 4:  Black Queer Born Frees in South Africa

 

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2013 Nov. 4:   From Market Photo Workshop to Bremen University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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