Tag Archives: Simphiwe Dana

Feminist Biko – From Dana to Gqola

In this week’s blog, Hugo Canham explores the intersections between black feminism and black consciousness as they manifest in the work of Simphiwe Dana and Pumla Gqola.

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

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