Zuko Luyanda Gqadavama is a Rhodes University BA Psychology honours graduate from Makhanda in South Africa. Zuko is currently working for a South African based non-profit organization called Inkululeko.
He believes in the advancement of an African child, blacks in particular as they have been disadvantaged in the past.
Zuko is also a poet, writer and a Freirean. He lived in a mud house, shack, and town house; therefore, the struggle of class is not a foreign concept to him. He likes to be described as he who “refused to worship pain.”
Click here to see a short documentary of the Inkululeko project.
More information to follow…
Monday, February 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Niagara County Community College,
Room: C161 Lecture Hall
3111 Saunders Settlement Rd., Sanborn, NY 14132
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