Category Archives: Apartheid

2014 July 26: What I want as a black lesbian youth

My name is Lebogang Mashifane, I’m 25 years old and I live with my mother in Kwa-Thema, east of Gauteng, South Africa. I have recently relocated from Cape Town, South Africa. I hold a Diploma in Multimedia Technology from CPUT … Continue reading

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2014 June 26: Successful Faces and Phases O.P.E.N in Singapore

  Zanele Muholi speaking at the opening of her exhibition “fo(u)nd”                Noorlinah Mohamed, Director, The O.P.E.N.     Shobha Bhalla, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, India Se        Zizi Azah, Artistic Director of … Continue reading

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2014 June 17: Uprising with EPOC and the black LGBTI community in Ekurhuleni

by Lebo Mashifane   June 16 is known as Youth day in South Africa. On the 16th of June 1976, there was an uprising in the township of Soweto, with students protesting the introduction of Afrikaans in schools, a way to keep … Continue reading

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