Tag Archives: Tolerance

2015 May 6: Snow Black and the Huntsman – Musings on the work of Zanele Muholi

by Liona Nyariri  Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence Brooklyn Museum, New York 1 May – 1 November 2015 I’m standing on the gallery floor at the Brooklyn Museum, looking down into a transparent glass coffin that lies at my feet. Inside the … Continue reading

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2014 May 17: Unforgettable IDAHO speech

by Tsepo Kgatlhane written in May 2013 The world of past centuries has not been kind to people who are different from them.  From reasons of religious background to political affiliation, it seems like it may be instinctive for humans … Continue reading

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