Chapter 4 The Pedagogy of Rape: Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee and Zanele Muholi
“When Nelson Mandela took over as South Africa’s first Black president, he was canonized as a living saint, not just because he was a freedom fighter who spent twenty-seven years in prison but also because he deferred completely to the Washington Consensus. Socialism disappeared completely from the ANC’s agenda. South Africa’s great ‘peaceful transition,’ so praised and lauded, meant no land reforms, no demands for reparation, no nationalization of South Africa’s mines.”
Arundhati Roy, Capitalism: A Ghost Story
“Scorn for scorn, contempt for contempt, hate for hate. I am not of your race. Between your people and me there is also a barrier that nothing can remove.”
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