An insert from Khaya Dlanga

29 Jul


Khaya Dlanga

This is an edited extract of a speech I delivered at the Wits Golden Key induction.

Don’t be comfortable because you have a good education and can have a good job. You have a responsibility to make sure that you use your intelligence to balance this unequal system that still insists on keeping black people and women in a position of disadvantage. Refuse to be an accomplice. Speak the hard truths.

Don’t be so desperate for acceptance that you no longer have the balls to say what needs to be said and do what needs to be done. That is the great danger of society. The quest for acceptance has so infested society with fear that many say what they know will keep them in good stead with certain groups, too afraid to challenge them, but would rather remain silent simply because they are part of the group…

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Posted by on July 29, 2015 in Uncategorized


One response to “An insert from Khaya Dlanga

  1. theprofessionalyeahright

    July 30, 2015 at 07:45

    Amen…My thoughts and feelings and actually my life!



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