SALO COMMUNITY SCREENING AND DISCUSSION – UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN -15 APRIL 2015

UCT screeningOn the 15th of April 2015 SALO held a screening of the film “Where do I stand?” By Molly Blank and a discussion around the renewed Xenophobic attacks in Kwazulu Natal, the Eastern Cape, and Gauteng, highlighting issues in the affected communities and trying to find constructive contributions to remedying the situation.

UCT screening2 copyThere were approximately 80 attendees (45 male, 35 female) who included international students from Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Somalia, and many South African students.

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Lwazi Somya – SALO Intern, chairing the discussion

“Where Do I Stand? captures the optimistic voices of youth trying to make sense of what they experienced and the choices they made during the violence, as they carve out their own places in this complex and divided nation.”

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Tapuwa Mataruka – Zimbabwean student, providing context to the current situation