Race and Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Race and Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Crush-Hopper: Story of a Girl’s Journey Through Post-Apartheid South Africa Crush-Hopper is South African Mandisa Haarhoff’s autobiographical story about a young girl. This is a girl who first learned about beauty by playing with dolls who had long blond hair and blue eyes. She is a giddy and joyful girl who …

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Exploring the Journey of Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa: “Crush-Hopper” by Mandisa Haarhoff

The Mid-Florida Chapter of the Fulbright Association is sponsoring “Crush-Hopper,” an autobiographic narrative performance by Mandisa Haarhoff, a visiting Fulbright student from South Africa. The event will take place from 5:00 to 8:00 PM on Thursday, January 17 at the University of South Florida’s School of Music Concert Hall. Following the performance, …

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Exploring the Journey of Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa: “Crush-Hopper” by Mandisa Haarhoff

Crush-Hopper

The Mid-Florida Chapter of the Fulbright Association is sponsoring “Crush-Hopper,” an autobiographic narrative performance by Mandisa Haarhoff, a visiting Fulbright student from South Africa. The event will take place from 5:00 to 8:00 PM on Thursday, January 17 at the University of South Florida’s School of Music Concert Hall. Following the performance, …

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Interview with Olivia Wyatt

Olivia Wyatt film

Africa Talks: Interview with Olivia Wyatt, a photographer/filmmaker and a former J-School student at the University of Missouri, who went to Ethiopia and screened her documentary here at a local theater Ragtag Cinema in Columbia, Mo Africa Talks welcomes feedback and questions. If you have questions or recommendations for future content, …

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Miss Africa Mizzou Pageant 2010

Mizzou 2010

Miss Africa Mizzou Pageant 2010 organized by the African Student Association. An interview with the Miss Africa Mizzou 2010 contestants and the president of the African Students Association at the University of Missouri. Africa Talks welcomes feedback and questions. If you have questions or recommendations for future content, please contact: africatalksblog@gmail.com