Pride: Protest and Celebration

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Jacana Media, 2006 - Social Science - 176 pages
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Thehistory of South African gay pride marches and parades over the last 16 years is compiled in this overview of the gay liberation struggle in South Africa.This referencebrings together a host of valuable and rare material, includingpictures, documents, and personal testimony of activists, organizers, and participants of Pride since 1990."
 

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CONTENTS
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Today we are making history Beverly Palesa Dime
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decided to pull off the brown paper bag Lee Randall
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It was part of our coming out Charigy Mohlamme
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We were celebrating our sexuality Van Norman Msiza
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A turning point in my life Beryl
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This is our date this is our time Pascorl Khela
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Gay rights are human rights Sipho Paddy JVhlapo
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We were witnessing a new country taking shape
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Sometimes you say the world doesnt accept you
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The Police Commissioner told us that there were no moffies
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It was magic Zodwa Shongwe
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Guide to organisations 1 76
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Shaun de Waal is the author of "Jackmarks" and "These Things Happen "and the editor of several volumes of the "M&G Bedside Book. "He has won the Sanlam Award for his fiction and the Thomas Pringle Award for his criticism. Anthony Manion is the archives coordinator for the Gay and Lesbian Archives of South Africa in Johannesburg.

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