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Race and Racism: Lexical Vigilance

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Poems for Mandela: Part I

SLiP asked poets for poems about Madiba. This is the result, including videopoems of Allison-Claire Hoskins and Bulelani Zantsi.

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Making sense of our world: Interview with Mike Nicol

In an interview with SLIPnet’s Wamuwi Mbao, Mike Nicol talks about the intersection between his fiction and non-fiction writing.

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The new kind of racism – it goes by the name of ‘implicit’

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