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Melissa Kiguwa is a blue writer, performer, a social critic, television and radio personality in South Africa. Raised by a Haitian father and a Ugandan mother, Melissa considers herself an afro-diasporic nomad. Migration, imperialism, gender, spirituality, sexuality and capitalism influences much of her work.
Published: African Perspectives Publishing an imprint of African Books Collective on
ISBN: 9780992236335
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