E-filling Black Tax

2“Honor your father and mother.” This is the first commandment with a promise: 3If you honour your father and mother, “things will go well for you, and you will have a long life on the earth.”b – Ephesians 6 I grew up in quite a conservative Christian household. Church seemed to be the focal point of everyday […]

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When he Denied Me

Initially, I was going to do a different post, but as you know by now (I hope) this is a depository of what bothers me, what I celebrate, what I think, write and say. I usually write here when I feel like it and when the need arises, alternatively, I bore my friends with elongated […]

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Reflections on Black Identity

This reflection piece aims to connect works from Torres (2007), Fanon (1952), Mills (1997) and Magubane (2016) in order to give an overview around the early construction/s of Black Identity. This piece starts with a discussion on Hall’s (1992) conception of identity in order to set a premise for how identity will be approached within […]

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