Category Archives: Hear Us Out

2014 Jan.30: Paraplegic’s bed

by Thuthula Sodumo There are a few things in life that are comfortable and uncomfortable at the same time and a paraplegic’s bed is one of them. It is comfortable because it is made with care with a “sickly” person … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 15: The documentation of black LGBTI in South Africa

Uncomfortable political representations and the public imagination by Jeremiah Sepotokele. The documentation of lives of the black Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex (LGBTI) community remains one of the most socially and politically contested space in South Africa. Documentation is a powerful instrument … Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Africanised, Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Archiving Queer Her/Histories in SA, Artists, Arts, Books, Crea(c)tive senses, Culture, Evidence, Hear Us Out, Homosexuality, Human rights, Institution, Know Your SA Queer History, Knowledge, Lack of Resources, Life Stories, Opinion, Organizations, Our lives in the picture, Politics of existence, Questioning, Race, Race card, Readings, ReClaim Your Activism, Records and histories, Reflection, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Visualizing public spaces, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Writing is a Right, Youth voices, Zanele Muholi | Tagged | 4 Comments