OPEN LETTER TO FRIENDS OF THE CONGO
Thank you, friends, for your latest campaign titled "End the Impunity in Eastern Congo: Hold US Ally to Account".
You and us have been at this struggle for a long time trying to end the genocide and the unspeakable atrocities in the Congo. As you have noted, NOT MUCH has changed in the Congo!
I am asking that we THINK and ANALYZE and REASON together in order to UNDERSTAND WHY, as you write in your latest campaign,
"the Rwandan government has
by Adib Rashad ~
From the founding of Liberia in 1821 until the 1920s, the major influence of
Black Americans on Africa came from Black missionaries. The Colonization
movement gave birth to the Black missionary tradition and to the theory of
"providential design," which taught that Black slaves were brought to the
United States and Christianized and educated so that they might be able to
send their children back to redeem Africa.
Missionaries seemed to believe that Blacks could withstand the African
Six-million Congolese dead: the genocide the world ignores
By Saeed Shabazz,
Fifty-one years to the day, Jan. 17, 1961 since the assassination of the Congo’s first elected Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in 1960; “the most important assassination of the 20th century,” according to Prof. Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja, a professor of African and Afro-American studies at the Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Washington-based Congolese advocacy organization Friends of the Co
TO THE WORLD COMMUNITY AND THEIR
COMPLICIT MEDIA IN CONGO HOLOCAUST:
DOWN WITH YOUR HYPOCRISY! HANDS OFF TSHISEKEDI!
1. Congo Genocide/Holocaust of over 9 million killed since 1998 by Kagame’s Rwanda, Museveni’s Uganda, and their Trojan Horse and impostor in Kinshasa, Kanambe a.k.a. Kabila: you and your UN have done NOTHING to denounce it and to stop it, in spite of investigators’ REPORTS documenting it (The Mapping Report, Carreton/Gersony Report, Emma Bonino Report, etc
"WHY IS THE D.R. CONGO GENOCIDE BEING IGNORED"
A MAJOR PRESENTATION BY PROF. YAA-LENGI AT THE BRECHT FORUM IN MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY (U.S.A) ON MARCH 3RD, 2011...
FOR QUESTIONS OR REQUESTS, PLEASE CONTACT PROF. YAA-LENGI VIA EMAIL AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, click on the link below for the presentation:
Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 january 2011
Théatre de Ménilmontant
15, rue de Retrait
Paris 20, France
At a time when some have chosen to celebrate the so called 50th anniversary of African political independence, it is important to remember that even before the war against Fascism all the means (including criminal) had been used to sabotage the different attempts made for the liberation of African people.
Rather than some phantasmagorical independence, the contemporary political history of African
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