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2014 June 17: Uprising with EPOC and the black LGBTI community in Ekurhuleni

by Lebo Mashifane   June 16 is known as Youth day in South Africa. On the 16th of June 1976, there was an uprising in the township of Soweto, with students protesting the introduction of Afrikaans in schools, a way to keep … Continue reading

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2013 June 30: On Amnesty report

by Lesego Tlhwale Amnesty International on the 25 of June 2013 launched a report highlighting violence, homophobia and laws targeting LGBTI people in Sub Saharan Africa. The new report entitled ‘Making Love a Crime: Criminalisation of Same-Sex conduct in Sub … Continue reading

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2013 June 23: Beyond Binaries meeting

A REPORT by Siyasanga Joyi & Thekwane Bongi Mpisholo Beyond Binaries was the title given to the group which attended a three day meeting that took place at Wits University from the 20th to the 22nd June. The meeting was … Continue reading

Posted in Another Approach Is Possible, Art Activism in South Africa, Art Solidarity, Beauty, Before You, Collectivism, Media works, Power of the Voice, Queer Africa, South Africa, South African Curators, Writing is a Right, Youth voices, Zanele Muholi | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment