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2014 Nov. 24: My love story

by Tsepo Kgatlhane I’m okay, but I know I will be better with love. From what I remember, I can’t pass knowing that I have always been celebrated. I have always been best friends with the finer things in life. … Continue reading

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2014 June 16 : Remembering Thapelo with a broken heart

by Tsepo Kgatlhane     Lebo Mathosa once said: “You cannot deny death. You cannot fear it. I am sure that God has a better place for us, if you are a good believer.” This memorial is written to celebrate … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 June 16, Archived memories, Archiving Queer Her/Histories in SA, Art Activism in South Africa, Blackness, Coffin, Commemorating the queer youth we lost along the way, Commitment, Committed, Contributors, Education, Emotional support, Empowerment, Evidence, Exchanging Queer thoughts, Female Photographers, From Cape Town to Kuruman, Hate Crimes, Hate crimes Victims names, Justin Davy, Northern Cape, Thapelo Makuthle's funeral documented by Zanele Muholi/ Inkanyiso, Videography, Zanele Muholi documented Thapelo Makutlhe's funeral in 2012 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

2014 June 11: I am an educator

by Tsepo Kgatlhane Last week was rough, NO! The past couple of weeks were rather hectic.  So much has been happening in my life. It feels as if I have lived a year in less than 4 months. I am … Continue reading

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2014 May 17: Unforgettable IDAHO speech

by Tsepo Kgatlhane written in May 2013 The world of past centuries has not been kind to people who are different from them.  From reasons of religious background to political affiliation, it seems like it may be instinctive for humans … Continue reading

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