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2018 Oct. 25: Black Queer Joy

Photos and text by Lerato Dumse     Simon Nkoli Memorial Lecture brought together Sandile Ndelu, Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane and Dr Dulcy Rakumakoe three academic minds to lead the panel discussion marking the 20th year commemoration titled Black Queer Possibilities: Reading … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 8: Celebrated my late sister’s life

by Boitumelo ‘Tumi’ Nkopane At 16:45pm on the 4th of June 2015 I met with Ayanda “Kiss” Masina at Tsakane taxi rank. We were meeting as participants of Faces and Phases/Yithi Laba Intergenerational Conference, held at Constitution Hill (Con Hill) from the 5 … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 10: A true definition of reality

by Siba Nkumbi Chubby Vogue Divas, using confidence as their weapon of mass destruction! 59 Years later after the march of women to the union buildings, chubby vogue divas were marching in style and class to eliminate discrimination against plus … Continue reading

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2014 Aug. 1: Chubby Vogue Divas: A Critique of the Female Body

    A photographic body of work by Charmain Carrol. Chubby Vogue Divas exhibition is by a Market Photo Workshop graduate Charmain Carrol, (Photographer) which is a series of 21 photos of big black women who get to feel good … Continue reading

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2015 June 7: My Yithi Laba experience

by Shaz ‘Sicka Star-ban’ Mthunzi On Friday, 5th of June 2015  we had our first conference called Yithi Laba, it was one of many more to come in the future which will involve Faces and Phases participants from different fields hosted by … Continue reading

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