Uhuru Phalafala

About Uhuru Phalafala

Uhuru Phalafala is a writer, researcher, archivist, and scholar, with research interests in critical race studies, material and expressive cultures, social movements, and jazz. She is the author of Mine Mine Mine (2023); The Collected Poetry of Keorapetse Kgositsile, 1969-2018 (2023); and Keorapetse Kgositsile & the Black Arts Movement: Poetics of Possibility (February 2024). In 2021 she rematriated and republished Malibongwe: Poems From The Struggle By ANC Women (uHlanga, 2020), through her project ‘Recovering Subterranean Archives’. She produced the sonic documentary and zine, Home is Where the Music Is, and is working on multimodal knowledges produced from Southern African cosmologies.