Run/Walk for change

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Fundraising for trauma counseling and well-being for Iranti-Org

Who looks after the young African queer activists after they have packed up their film equipment, interviewed survivors of violence, filmed scenes of murder and rape, and pushed the police to interrogate suspects? This fundraiser is our response to a call for health and well-being of staff of Iranti-Org.

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Team #RunForIranti's double challenge: Mandela and Soweto 2016

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A big shout out to Aliya, Ayanda, Eric, Heidi, Jade, Mo, Mokgadi, Nsina, Noxolo, Sedica, Thandazo, Zethu, and Zikhona for finishing the 10km and 21km races at the #SowetoMarathon on 6 Nov. This followed the team's feat of completing the 10km race of the Mandele Marathon on 28 Aug. It is our 2nd year of  fundraising runs for Iranti-Org. Donate now.

Get fit for justice

We run because it makes us feel strong and confident. Running reminds us that we can push through any difficulty. We #RunForIranti because we want to stop hate in the world. The stories of lesbian, transgender and intersex people must be heard. Watch the video. Korumo Run/Walk for Change continues support in 2016 to Iranti-Org. Iranti-Org is an African queer media and advocacy NGO based in Johannesburg. In this video executive director Jabu Chen Pereira tells why Iranti's work is worth your support.

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iranti-org-logoYou can also donate via PayPal on Iranti-Org's website or via EFT to First National Bank, Iranti-org, current account nr  62417019602, Rosebank branch 253305, swift code FIRNZAJJ. Please email us proof of payment so we can track your donation. Like our Facebook page to get updates and training tips, and post news and photos of your running/walking group. For more info contact monique@korumo.org , +27 83 3012936 or gugu@iranti-org.co.za , +27 74 6489371

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On 30 Aug 2015, nine walkers and runners completed the 10km Mandela Day Marathon #MDM2015 race in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal. They crossed the finish line at the Mandela Monument well within the two hour cut-off time. In 2016 we are stepping up our game and aim for the 21K. Join us!