Through Vangi-tinted glasses

Perspectives from an African

Through Vangi-tinted glasses: The Ramblings of a semi-sane, uber passionate African February 22, 2012

Taken by Palesa Makua at the NO CAMP CHAIRS Poetry Picnics

Taken by Palesa Makua at the NO CAMP CHAIRS Poetry Picnics

In east Africa there is a saying: Until the lions can have their own historians, history will always be told to glorify the hunter.

I seek to tell OUR stories as best as I can! With truth. And humour. And anger… And ALWAYS, from love.

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2 Responses to “Through Vangi-tinted glasses: The Ramblings of a semi-sane, uber passionate African”

  1. the art of society shapes the artist.

    the artist shapes society through her art..


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