No one in the world represents the spirit of resilience and tenacity like Black Women. In the face of racial prejudices, toxic patriarchy, and colonial social ills, She mothers the world and with dignity, continues to affirm Afrika’s genius.
Greetings GREEN ANKH WORK readers, I have not posted in a while. Here is something I thought I should share. It’s the presentation from LitFest Harare’s Black History Symposium. LitFest Harare: Black History Month Symposium Event Held at AFROTOPIA, 1st Floor Construction House, Harare, March 4, 2022 Time: 09:30am to 18:15pm My Topic/Discussion Subject: UnderContinue reading “My Presentation At LitFest Harare”
“I began thinking about the fact that I stand in the middle of two opposing forces in the Negro community. One is a force of complacency …the other force is one of bitterness and hatred, and it comes perilously close to advocating violence.” – Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964 I was compelled to begin thisContinue reading “An Apologia For The Unforgiven: a reflection on Desmond Tutu”
One of the books that have played a pivotal role in my psychological development is Ghost In The Machine by Arthur Koestler. This is a prodigious writer whose name and titles I had encountered in mostly second hand bookshelfs since my younger days in Durban as well as Cape Town and Joburg. The titles ofContinue reading “Of Triggers, Randomness and Well Laid Plans”