For Shirley Gunn, activism and personal stories have long gone hand in hand. Born in Cape Town in 1955, she grew up as an eyewitness to the injustices of apartheid.
There are a range of tools, both verbal and non-verbal, that assist survivors in coming to terms with past conflict and atrocities. Art methodologies provide an alternate language for survivors to capture
Black Women’s Blueprint is a transnational black feminist organization that celebrates the African diaspora, while mourning the violent conditions that created it. Through advocacy, transformative justice mechanisms, and research, it
By: Ereshnee Naidu-Silverman, Senior Director of the Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation In December 2013 – less than two years after it was declared a nation state – South