Category Archives: Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA)

2014 July 28: Queer Youth Exchange announcement

      If you are interested in applying for this opportunity kindly email for application forms: hoosain.khan@wits.ac.za or call +27 11 717 4239     

Posted in Abantu, Academic, Activism, Activists, Activists Act, Africa, African, African Queer Beauty, Allies, Announcement, Another Approach Is Possible, Application forms, Archived memories, Archiving Queer Her/Histories in SA, Art Edutainment, Articles, As we are, Attention, Audience, Awareness workshops, Baring, Before You, black LGBTIQA, Bringing photography to schools, Career, Celebrating Youth Month in SA, Characters, Claiming mainstream spaces, Collaborations, Collective, Collectivism, Comment, Commitment, Committed, Communication strategies, Community Mobilizing, Community outreach, Community work, Connected souls, Connections, Consultants, Contributors, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Creative activist, Culture of reading and writing, Delegation, Description, Details, Different positions, Discussion, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Education, Emotional support, Empowerment, Evidence, Experience, Exposure, Expression, Facilitation, Facilitators, Family and Friends, Family support, Freedom of being, Friendships, Gauteng, Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA), Gender expression, Gender naming, Invitation to apply, Johannesburg, Sexuality in South Africa, Sharing, Sharing knowledge, South African Youth, Support, Supporting each other, Teaching, Visual democracy, Visual history, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Visual narratives, Writing is a Right, Youth voices | 1 Comment

2013 April 13: Umtshato wesini esinye!

Umtshato wesini esinye; libhongo, ligugu kubatu bawo; Luyolo kubabulali bafumana ukuphumla; Luzuko kwabawuzondayo; Unzima kubanikazi bawo; Ungwalisekile ziintsikelelo zikaThixo; Uzele kukuqonda nokuqondana; Ngumtshato nje onguwo; Kodwa ukubulawa nohlaselo kukutya kubo! Thixo kwasemandulo wawuseka; Wathi makubekho ukuthandana Kukholoswe ngoYehova! Amasiko nezithethe … Continue reading

Posted in Contributors, Crea(c)tive senses, Family, Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA), Homosexuality, Hope, Interpretation, Love, Records and histories, Relationships, Thozie Mathe, To Have & to Hold book, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures | Tagged , | 4 Comments