"It's hard to hate anyone whose story you know."
Roslyn Bresnick-Perry, author
Stories help us break down mistrust and stereotypes. Watch these videos and start a love-story revolution.
From the moment he was born, Judge Albie Sachs’ path as a revolutionary was set. He was named after Albert Nzula, an activist and writer.
A narrow escape from being trafficked twenty-four years ago changed Blessing’s life forever. As an anti-human trafficking activist, she is now directly involved in making sure other girls and women are able to return to their homes safely.
Growing up, Hilda’s family struggled financially, but when she fell pregnant in high school, things became harder. After dropping out of school, she decided to become a sex worker to provide for her family.
Blackie’s identity has been questioned from the moment he was born. He was born to white parents in apartheid South Africa, but he appeared coloured. The appearance of his skin made him a target for ridicule and cruelty for years, even from his own father, who questioned his paternity. Here is a snippet from his story.
Moss Ntlha reflects on life as an unfree person under the oppressive system of apartheid.
He also offers encouragement for how to live fully as a free person under a democratic SA.