In celebration of women’s day, Women of Westbury was an event hosted by women in Westbury, Johannesburg in a local house courtyard bringing together local women of all ages to reflect, share and enjoy experiences of their locality. Khensani Jurczok-de Klerk was invited as a guest speaker, talking on themes of intersectionality amongst women, particularly in South Africa where the remnants of class and racial categorisation continue to segregate citizens and women today. Together with photographer Earl Abrahams and filmmaker DJ Jacobs, the events also ran a project speaking to women about their experience of being women in Westbury which historically was reserved for 'coloured' people only, and today particularly struggles with gangsterism.
Thank you to all of the women of Westbury who participated.
Photography: Earl Abrahams
Host: Shaun Constant
Audio and video recording: DJ Jacobs