Simamkele Dlakavu @simamkeleD This #RuthFirst lecture has reaffirmed once more that THE REVOLUTION WILL BE LED BY BLACK WOMEN!!! #BlackGirlMagic
Andile Mngxitama @Mngxitama For me last night at wits [there were] two real black moments. When Panashe refused the unethical invitation to friendship amongst the unequal. 2nd moment was when a brother gave us a guttural cry of refusal that forced eusebius to show his well trained slave management skills
Marang Setshwaelo @marangdream Wish this could’ve been packaged as a travelling tour. Everyone needs to hear it. We aren’t crazy; our dreams too are valid. #RuthFirst
Lynsey Chutel @lynseychutel It’s important for all voices to be heard, even the twanged, but it’s dangerous if it becomes the single voice of the black experience.
Mbe Mbhele @MbeMbhele [Who shouted at white people at the lecture] There is no grammar to articulate black suffering. It is a phenomenon that has transcended vocabulary. It cannot be named.
Janine @janine_j Black women having public conversations about these things, about reconciliation, about our future. Life giving force right here #RuthFirst