It is evident that our reading list is lit. This is Coates’ second full-length book, which won the National Book Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Toula’s Greek restaurant was a lovely setting for our #EverydayActivism dialogue
being a feminist means not working hard to find your tribe. As politics, feminism should be a way of life especially with a generation that’s creating critical mass.
For an undisclosed conversation on sexual violence. Join us for a sociopolitical lesson as we conversate with author, Prof. Pumla Dineo Gqola at Toula’s Greek Restaurant, 17 June 2017 at 10:00 for 10:30.
We love fictions but with our current social climate, we appreciate authors who unlock our minds and show you what has always been and how you can influence change.
Rape: A South African Nightmare unpacks South Africa’s various relationships to rape, connections between rape culture and the shock/disbelief syndrome that characterizes public responses to rape.
For Toni Morrison to call the biography required reading is fitting for the heartfelt Ta-Nehisi Coates penned for his son.
We took a trip for coffee in the heart of South Africa to discuss ‘Between the world and me’ by Ta-Nehisi Coates