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2018 Jan. 21: Slain Lesbian Killed on New Year’s Day Laid to Rest

Text and photos by  Levinia Pienaar Noxolo Xakeka, a 23 years old latest victim of hate crime was laid to rest on Saturday 20th January 2018 in Bredasdorp, Western Cape. On the 1st of January many babies were born and … Continue reading

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2015 Oct. 20: Funeka’s New York visit

Where:  Brooklyn, New York Visited: Isibonelo/ Evidence exhibition at Brooklyn Museum Photos by Zanele Muholi Camera used:  Canon 6d with 85mm lens @f2.8 Related links 2015 May 9:  A Review of Isibonelo/ Evidence I and Breaking the silence and Zanele … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 1: Words

  Words aren’t easy to come out Words have a deeper meaning than we think Never back down when you tell it I found myself with a trick of telling the words Words have a deeper meaning than we think … Continue reading

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