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Articles written by Wanelisa Xaba

The Precariousness of Black Despair

There are many intellectual arguments I can make about why voting legitimizes coloniality and colonial systems of governance but man(!) this is personal. This moves past the headspace and passed intellect to my life’s source. It tugs at the core of who I am and who I am not allowed to be.

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Why Black Men Ain’t Sh*t

There is a particular reason why I don’t engage or reply to Black cisgender (cis) heterosexual (het) men on my statuses. Many of them troll and demand engagement from black womxn but don’t owe black cis het men any kind of engagement or explanation why they aint shit

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Pumla Sparrow And White Micro Aggressions

Our dishonest elders, through years of calculated propaganda dispersed mainly through the SABC and the appropriation of the South African struggle narrative, have managed to persuade South Africans that a white settler minority can co-exist with the citizens of this country. How can perpetrators of crimes and the victims of dehumanization co-exist under a peaceful just society?

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