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QA 53. The wheels in my head go round and round

  • Posted by Helen Douglas
  • On April 5, 2015
Participants in last year’s “Archives of the Non-racial” mobile workshop through South Africa and Swaziland were asked to submit fragments of our notebooks – doodles, notes, reflections, poems, coffee stains. These have been gathered in the JWTC’s online journal, The Salon. Check out all the loveliness here.  This is my bit. Solidarity and the non-racial (Political struggle 1) “I’m not […]
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QA 20. (Dec 09) Reason of the heart

  • Posted by Helen Douglas
  • On December 3, 2009
Talk about racism moves like a veld fire. It flares up, is spread by strong winds, then hunkers down until the next spark ignites. It would be best to stop feeding it, but mostly we keep on producing more wind. Why? It feels like intransigence, as if people have dug in their heels, refusing to […]
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