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“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits. The rebels. The trouble makers. The round heads in the square holes.The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules and the have no respect for the status quo.You can quote them, disagree with, glorify or vilify them. The only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things, they push the human race forward and while some may see them as the crazy ones. We see Genius because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who actually do” – Jack Kerouac.

This has been on my mind this past week. What a depressing week. I needed my anger and sadness to sink in. #Blacklivesmatter. How does one even make sense of this?? besides writing how we feel about this on social media and having hashtags for the victims, what can we possibly do to stop this? The truth of the matter is, this is not new. The cameras are new. Even with that said, the perpetrators are still walking scout free. What infuriates me is how silenced we are by some white people.So for every protest you make, (eg. like now) you take the risk to be branded anti-white, when you are not even  behind the offense that lead you to protest in the first place,  but are a victim. So you decide to keep quiet and it just chows you up inside. As far as I understand it, this movement is not a divisive movement. We established that we as a human race are equal yet some people, some political, some judicial,cultural and social systems still don’t comprehend that. Lets all just check our privileges and work towards obtaining this equality.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” ………………” Racism is no mere American phenomenon, Its vicious grasp knows no geographical boundaries. In fact, racism and its perennially economic exploitation, provide the key to understanding most of the international complications of this generation. ” – Dr. Martin Luther King

Anyhow  ……… I got these really cool pants and shoes from 32 Clothing at a bargain. You know I am all about that bargain life. My friend and I had been looking for the nearest 32 clothing store until we finally found one at Southgate Mall. 32 Clothing has all your favourite brands all under one roof. These pants are H&M and the shoes Asos.










Head scarf- Market
Shawl- a gift from mom
Bodysuit- Refinery
Pants- 32 Clothing (H&M)
Belt- Stuttafords
shoes – 32 Clothing (Asos)
Glasses- Spitfire
Photography – Zethu Mashika (ig/twitter: @meyouandtheview)

Comments (6)

  • You are gorgeous my friend. This blog is just beautiful. Every time I log on I am stunned all over again <3 <3

  • How is one meant to speak out when the moment you do, you are immediately seen as biting the hand that feeds you. Honestly the issue for me is not with white people it’s with us Africans. If you look back at history you realise that there has never been a time when those with power, those who are oppressing a nation/ a people ever gave up that power easily. Yet now we expect it to be given to us – essentially we are asking for permission… They will never give it to us. Period. Racism is systematic and the only way to remove it we have to destroy the system completely! Yes completely. And yes that is dramatic I know, it is borderline extremist but that is the only way to get a revolution. Name a time that you ever had a peaceful revolution..? Yet we are expecting it now. That is why we will forever remain in the position we are in. Now we are forced to be acceptable black people. Anyhow – nice pants:) I need someone to help me with my style hey… Eish I’m a disaster

    • I actually agree with you on a couple of points.This issue makes me so mad.

  • Those pants are just everything. <3


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