one-offs-from-slb79:

apoetreflects:

"I have no shrewd advice to offer developing writers about this business of snatching time and space to work.  I do not have anything profound to offer mother-writers or worker-writers except to say that it will cost you something.  Anything of value is going to cost you something."
—Toni Cade Bambara, author, filmmaker, feminist, professor and social activist

All. this. truth. (cc:
grownladynotebook
)

one-offs-from-slb79:

apoetreflects:

"I have no shrewd advice to offer developing writers about this business of snatching time and space to work.  I do not have anything profound to offer mother-writers or worker-writers except to say that it will cost you something.  Anything of value is going to cost you something."

—Toni Cade Bambara, author, filmmaker, feminist, professor and social activist

All. this. truth. (cc:
grownladynotebook
)

Destroy the idea that men should respect women because we are their daughters, mothers, and sisters. Reinforce the idea that men should respect women because we are people.

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anotherafrica:

Photographs in Between Place and Memory
Reviewing a monograph on Ugandan photographer Deo Kyakulagira’s archives
Photographs often testify in the court of the real. In this case, the real is a more nuanced story of life in 1950s, 60s and 70s Uganda. Deo Kyakulagira’s photographs complicate various accounts of Uganda during the Amin regime.
SOURCE | ANOTHERAFRICA.NET
All images courtesy of Deo Kyakulagira, Andrea Stultiens and History in Progress Uganda.
 ANOTHERAFRICA.NET |  TUMBLR |  FACEBOOK  |  TWITTER  |  INSTAGRAM

anotherafrica:

Photographs in Between Place and Memory

Reviewing a monograph on Ugandan photographer Deo Kyakulagira’s archives

Photographs often testify in the court of the real. In this case, the real is a more nuanced story of life in 1950s, 60s and 70s Uganda. Deo Kyakulagira’s photographs complicate various accounts of Uganda during the Amin regime.

SOURCE | ANOTHERAFRICA.NET

All images courtesy of Deo Kyakulagira, Andrea Stultiens and History in Progress Uganda.

ANOTHERAFRICA.NET | TUMBLR | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM