Ashanti Kunene is an International Studies Masters student at Stellenbosch University; her research interests are humans and how their collective epistemological and ontological inclinations shape and drive the world. Her current work centres around the theorisation of #FeesMustFall and the divergent decolonial praxis that emerged around the question of gender in the context of black emancipation. Ashanti self-identifies as a radical black fallist feminist. She currently works at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in their Sustained Dialogues programme. Ashanti writes poetry in her spare time.
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