Refugees and Immigrants in South Africa Adam Shapiro Nwaki Quege, former manger of the Bonne Esperance refugee center for women and children came to talk to our class about the struggles that face refugee women in South Africa. The Bonne … Continue reading →
Throughout our time in South Africa and time spent in both Cape Town and Johannesburg, we have had the opportunity to go to and spend time in communities of all types. From Langa and Khayelitscha near to Cape Town to … Continue reading →
Sitting at my home in Charlotte, North Carolina on a computer I haven’t seen or touched in three weeks, it is surreal to be writing a blog meant to serve as a reflection on our collective experiences in South Africa. How … Continue reading →
Soweto, a township outside of Johannesburg, is known world wide as a main location for Apartheid resistance. It is where Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela lived along with many other political activists and is the location of the student … Continue reading →
Throughout our travels in South Africa, there were many issues that were easily visible to us, such as poverty and the lingering effects of Apartheid. However, one of South Africa’s most severe problems cannot be seen by the naked eye. … Continue reading →
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Prudence Layne, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English &
Coordinator of African/African-American Studies