Asher Gamedze is a cultural worker, working mainly through writing, music, and education.
Asher is a cultural worker, working mainly through writing, music, and education, and organising with various autonomous collectives including Pathways to Free Education and the Interim Collective.
Teaching Tools by Asher Gamedze
The Namibian Review: A Journal of Contemporary South West African Affairs was published between 1976-1987. Initially it was produced by the Namibian Review Group (later known as the Swedish Namibian Association) and 14 editions were printed by Namibian political exiles in Sweden between 1976-1978. In 1979 the journal was translocated from Stockholm to Windhoek where […]
Journals presented by Asher Gamedze
Publica[c]tion: Publishing, an alternative and the creative process of critique OR, Publica[c]tion: Publishing and constituting an alternative Publica[c]tion is a Black student-driven publication – a collective process that includes but also transcends and goes beyond the independently, self-published product. Initiated in conversations at the end of 2015 as an attempt to extend and continue the […]