Lullabies for freedom’s girls

  1. Ria Boss — The women
  2. Sena Dagadu — Play (Pa Ba Ba)
  3. Simphiwe Dana- Zandisile
  4. Bumi Thomas- Afrospirit
  5. Sara Tavares- Balance
  6. Thandiswa — Transkei Moon
  7. Khethi- Warrior
  8. Somi- African lady
  9. Asa- Dreamer girl
  10. Matshidiso — Twinkle twinkle (Ruthie in the sky)
  11. Tawiah — Queens

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Jessica Horn

Jessica Horn

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(East) African feminist writer, doer, interpreter of the ordinary. Women’s rights strategist and advisor on bodies, movements, feminist futures @stillsherises