to the story of Sonwabo Fassie, Can we sing for you, baas?
‘Initially I just felt sad and hurt for him. Frustrated at the idea that someone had been forced out of their homes and treated that way. I felt hurt and annoyed at the way some whit people would view people of colour. I also felt slightly distant because I don’t think that I could ever fully understand the feeling because I was not there at that time. When reading the story, I tried putting myself in his shoes and tried to imagine how it would feel being forced to run away from my home because it being too unsafe.’
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