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2013 May 3: I resent you

by Andiswa Dlamini Previous by Andy 2013 Feb. 10: Parts

Posted in Abantu, Activism, Africa, Allies, Andiswa Dlamini, Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Art Activism in South Africa, Art Solidarity, Arts, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Hate Crimes, Interpretation, Lesbian Love Is Possible in South Africa, Power of the Voice, Sound, Violence | Tagged | 10 Comments

2013 April 1: Never a tear

The river is full but not a drop shall be lost, The sight of my tears comes at too high a cost, The tide clearly rises, but inspite of my pain, My tears, they shall fall, never again. The dam … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Bulawayo, revolution, Sam Ndlovu, Zimbabwe | Tagged | 3 Comments

2013 Feb. 25: Another Soul Lost

I received your news, but I did not cry! Am coming But not today When we see you, I won’t cry I’ll remember you like your mothers footsteps Home is far Heaven is closer Rejoice for my sake, peaceful my … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Archived memories, Performance, Queer poetics, Victims, Violence, Visual history, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures | Tagged | 4 Comments