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2015 April 28: New York diaries I – Lion King seen

Text by Thembela Terra Dick Photos by Muholi On Tuesday morning I woke up knowing that I will go to see the Lion King show at Times Square (TS). First I had to go with Bab’ Muholi to Brooklyn Museum for … Continue reading

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2015 April 6: VMCI Baptism at 2015 Easters in Durban

Photo Album by Zanele Muholi/ Inkanyiso                                                         Previous links   2015 Feb. 16: … Continue reading

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