This month’s Supper Club will take on a slightly different format. Usually there is a single storyteller, but, on Thursday 26 July we will be engaging with a panel of young people who will share their take on issues of the day, particularly about leaderships, national icons and Apartheid legacies. What are the issues that trouble them? Do they feel heard and what are their thoughts about the country’s future? What does the term ‘born free’ mean to them, and do they feel nurtured to become tomorrow’s leaders? How does that play out for them today?
In this month of July when the world is focused on the legacy of the iconic Madiba, what are our blindspots in celebrating our national heroes and heroines? How do we honour without erasing the contributions of other leaders?
Supper Club takes place at the District Six Museum’s Homecoming Centre at 15 Buitenkant Street. The July conversation is entitled ‘Young Voices Speak’ and is scheduled for 26 July at 6pm. Booking is essential and the cost is R 150 per person / R 75 for children.
Book through Webtickets, calling Chantal on 021 4667200 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org