Tag Archives: Speak

2015 April 12: Dear fellow Black person

by Siba Nkumbi Need I remind you that there is no rule for pronunciation? Why do you feel the need to auto-correct me in the middle of a sentence, because that is not how you pronounce a certain word? Let … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 15: Quotes

Extracted from our South African poet, Sindiwe Magona in her poem “Why I Write” from her book Please, Take Photographs: I write to leave footprints To say: I have been Have lived This is who I am Who I was … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 14: A love note for you

by Maureen Velile Majola Today I take a moment to remember the very first time I laid my eyes on you,my soul met yours and we connected in a way I can never explain. It was months back when our … Continue reading

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