Black Panther, riffing on the flick. The social media commentary has been so interesting and in some cases brilliant, I had decided not to add my $0.02. After all there are many who are better equipped to do so for many reasons (I haven’t even read the comic books yet). But the challenge of my […]Read more "Salim Washington’s Thoughts after viewing the film Black Panther"
So finally me and my daughter Nailah went to watch Black Panther this evening and she enjoyed it, we loved how it portrays women power. I must also say that the idea of a black superhero is an idea that I’m fascinated by. As a child, some of what created my personal ‘allergy’ towards the […]Read more "Nduduzo Makhathini’sThoughts after viewing the film Black Panther"
Originally posted on Green Ankh Works:
The following was written as a presentation at the Mazisi Kunene Colloquium that was recently held at the University of KwaZulu Natal’s Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems on the 4th and 5th of December. I publish the draft here, the complete article will appear in a publication that features…
The emotive resonance that poetry carries is akin to music and musics intuitive intentionality is reflected in the poetry.Read more "Soul to Soul, a prayer"
Eugene Skeefs work inspires me.Read more
One day soon I shall write something about the feeling I get when I listen to Nduduzo Makhathini’s Inner Dimensions and Matunda Ya Kwanzaa albums, but for now, lets just reflect….Read more "Reflections upon Reflections"