Category Archives: Soweto Theatre

2013 Dec. 8: Well organised beauty pageant with less audience

2013 Miss Gay Lesbian Soweto pageant   by Lerato Dumse   The Miss Gay and Lesbian Soweto pageant is an idea born in the year 2000 and was turned into an annual event, until 2006. Then the strain of using … Continue reading

Posted in Another Approach Is Possible, Arts, As we are, Before You, Being Scene, Black Queer & Gifted, Blackness, Body, Body Politics, Characters, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Cultural activists, Democracy, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Emotional support, Empowerment, Entertainment, Friendships, Gender expression, Gender performance, Homosexuality, Lack of Resources, Lack of sponsorship, Lessons learnt, Life, Life Stories, Love, Love is a human right, Media works, Our lives in the picture, Participants, Photo album, Photography, Queer Education in SA, Queer Edutainment, Queer visibility, Queer Youth, Queercide, Questions & Answers, ReClaim Your Activism, Recognition, Records and histories, Relationships, Sharing knowledge, Society, South Africa, South African Black Female Photographers, South African townships, Soweto, Soweto Theatre, Speaking for ourselves, Textualizing Our Own Lives, Together we can, Townships, Visual history, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Visual Language, Visual Power, Visualizing public spaces, We Are You, We Care, We Love Photography, We Still Can with/out Resources, We were (t)here, Women's power, Writing is a Right, Youth voices | Tagged | 1 Comment

2012 LGBT Recognition Awards Photo Album

photos by Lerato Maduna & Inkanyiso media Related article 2012 December 27: on 2012 LGBTI Recognition awards Posted on March 11, 2013 by inkanyiso2009 A personal reflection by Maureen Velile Majola It was a hot summer day in October 2012 when I received … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 LGBT Recognition Awards, Community, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Education, Exposure, Expression, Interpretation, Johannesburg, Know Your SA Queer History, Lerato Maduna, Networking, Organizations, Our lives in the picture, South Africa, South African Black Female Photographers, South African Curators, Soweto Theatre, Uthingo - The Rainbow, Visual history, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Women who have sex with Women, Zanele Muholi | 5 Comments