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By Lindiwe Dhlamini The day started with laughter around the breakfast table, sharing a meal with Professor Sir Zanele Muholi, Lindeka Qampi, Bajabulile Dhlamini and my childhood friend Khabonina Makhoba. The plan was to go to Wits University Drama Department, … Continue reading
by Lerato Dumse When I saw a woman blowing smoke at a bus stop in Cleveland, my mind was shocked, for some reason it was like my first time seeing someone smoking. Then it hit, I don’t remember seeing anyone smoke … Continue reading
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Tagged Activists, Another approach is possible, Article by Lerato Dumse, Arts, Barbara Tannenbaum, Experience, Expression, Feelings, friends, Friendships, From Johannesburg to Cleveland, Human beings, Inkanyiso media, Networking, Ohio, Photography, Photos by Themba Vilakazi, Relationships, Visual activism, Words, Zanele Muholi
… extracted from ZaVa series (2014) Camera used: Canon 6D on tripod Related links: http://stevenson.info/exhibitions/muholi/index2014.html 2012, is when we met in Paris… 2 years later feels like 20 years in a lesbian relationship is still ok. We’ve … Continue reading
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Tagged Another way of protesting, Between lovers, Collaboration, Friendships, Growing, Hobbies, In black and white, Intimacy, Lesbian Sex, Lesbians over 40, Love, Love story, Lovemaking, More to be told, Race, Sexiness, Traveling, Truth, Unplanned, Visibility, Visual activism, We love photographs, When love is so kind, ZaVa series since 2013