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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

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