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2015 Oct. 14: Brief visit to Amherst

by Lerato Dumse While we were attending the Fire & Ink LGBT conference in Detroit, USA, Zanele Muholi informed me that she had confirmed her presence at Amherst College, in Massachusetts from October 14-16, 2015. We travelled from the Detroit … Continue reading

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2015 Sept. 1: Mr & Miss LGBTI Daveyton 2015

by Sicka ‘Sharon’ Mthunzi What a “turn up” as we say when an event is supported by many. People came in all shapes and sizes, from the ladies in their gorgeous dresses to the gentleman with their smart casual wear. … Continue reading

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2015 April 30: “States of Visual Activism”

Photo album by Terra Dick Where: Brooklyn Museum Camera used:  Canon 6D New York (30.04.2015)   Alicia Boone,  Manager of Adult Programs at Brooklyn Museum: Education Dept., introducing speakers and moderator…  L-R: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Muholi and Staceyann Chin      … Continue reading

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2015 March 12: Muholi addressed scholars at Brighton University, UK

      Event organized by Tessa Lewin (PhD scholar:  Art & Humanities dept.) Bio Tessa Lewin(t.lewin@brighton.ac.uk) is a doctoral candidate at the University of Brighton, and a research fellow at the Institute of Development Studies. She is an artist and activist. … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 26: Faces and Phases mini book launch @ RFSL, Stockholm

Photos by Miles Rutendo Tanhira,  Mutsa Honnor and Zanele Muholi                                          Left to right:Mutsa Honnor and  Miles Tanhira, Harare, Zimbabwe, 2011.   Details … Continue reading

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2014 May 27: Miss Gay Jozi 2014 photos

The winner of the 2014 Miss Gay Jozi is the 19 year old Miss Tee Menu from Daveyton. Photos by Smanga Shange       Related article 2014 May 18 :  Glitter, drama & perfection at Miss Gay Jozi 2014   … Continue reading

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2014 March 13: SA Black Lesbian invades San Francisco

… that is Selaelo ‘Sly’ Mannya sharing knowledge with Lyric SF LGBT Youth. Last night I met a group of students ranging between ages 14 to 18. They are part of a collective called The Lyric SF Youth , which … Continue reading

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