Fighting to be heard

My people was always that dirty little secret of S.A always hidden pushed to the back, put in little crowded areas, never really being heard or when we asked for something others always took so long to deliver sometimes they dont even deliver, we just weren’t that important.

We were called all sorts of names, we were called a danger for doing all sorts of things just to survive.

But last night my friend told me about a movement, a movement my people is having showing that they want to be heard, that they wont go down without a fight, to show we are more then what south African society has made of us that we are all “gatvol”

I have never been so damn proud of my people as i am today so damn proud to be a colourd. Happy womans day to the gatvol movement

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