Nombulelo Shange was five years old when she learned the word ‘barbaric’. Her first-grade teacher used it to describe her on her first day at the predominantly white boarding school. That blistering hot afternoon, Shange had taken her shirt off to cool down in the shade of a large tree, when she noticed the children […]
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