Here's something to think about on your way home from work... Between 18:00 and 20:00 we will be holding a open discussion for those who want to get to the bottom of the African experience in Cape Town. Our chosen topic “Is Kanye West Onto Something? Are Africans Uncomfortable In Cape Town By Choice?” is the catalyst for many other questions we hope to bring to the fore. What does it mean to be African? What are the similarities and differences between Cape Town and the West? What is this discomfort we speak of? What does the idea of “free thought” mean for Africans? What do all of the shiny adverts, trending topics and Afro-futurisic campaigns do for us as Africans in our everyday lives? These and many more will be grappled with, anchored by a handful of esteemed institute supporters from indigenous people, people born around the continent and born in the diaspora; in transit and here to stay; creative and suited; light, dark, straight, queer, and beyond... learn about each one right here as the week unfolds, and pull through to have your mindset shifted before we collectively shift our waists. Performances start at 20:00!
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