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Archive Amabali Wethu

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About Us


Archive Amabali Wethuis a media and digital organisation that aims to cultivate a practice of dialogue that broadens our understanding of gender-based violence (GBV) and encourages recovery through curatorial and creative archival work.

Guided by principles of intersectional feminism and influenced by the de-colonial project that takes into account experiential knowledge, our work is built on three pillars: Awareness, Navigation and Recovery.

All content that we create and information we put out is intended to broaden the conversation of GBV, offer tools of navigation from as many sources as possible with the goal of building and inspiring a violent free society for everyone.

– taken from the Archive Amabali Wethu website

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Interviews; Photos prints and drawings; Personal correspondence and writings