On Whataboutism, Notre Dame, and the Precarious Politics of How & When We Grieve

My visit to Mphunzi, Malawi, in 2017. Photograph taken by my brother, Daniel Semphere.




Takondwa Priscilla Semphere

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I write about Africa, storytelling, deconstructing and reconstructing faith, (social) justice, colonialism, race and the arbitrary nature of borders.

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