Category Archives: Democratic Republic of Congo

Caribbean Project: The Duvalierist Revolution

Haiti For several years now, I have used this blog to indulge in one of my favorite hobbies: in the dead of winter, usually during February or March, I like to study and showcase for your edification some of the … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: In The Footsteps of Mr. Kurtz

Zaire Michela Wrong’s In The Footsteps of Mr. Kurtz: Living on the Brink of Disaster in Mobutu’s Congo is an investigative journalist’s take on the thirty-two year reign of Mobutu Sese Seko as the president of Zaire. In a continent … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Kin La Poubelle

Democratic Republic of Congo Over the last 52 years, Léopoldville (now “Kinshasa”) has undergone the most extreme form of man made “climate change” anywhere on the planet. This city which used to be known as “Kin La Belle” (Kinshasa the … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Rape in the Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo Americans are accustomed to dealing with natural disasters. California has its earthquakes. Florida has its hurricanes. Kansas has its tornadoes. Arizona has its wildfires. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the most common type of natural … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Africa Addio

Africa Africa Addio (Farewell Africa) is a 1966 Italian documentary that explores the triumph of freedom and equality in post-colonial Africa. Decried as a “brutal, dishonest, racist film” by DWL Roger Ebert, Africa Addio contains live footage of the chaos … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Viva Riva!

Democratic Republic of Congo In the American imagination, Detroit symbolizes the depths to which civilization under the Black Undertow is capable of sinking. Black History Month 2012 has provided us with the occasion to take a step back and look … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Lumumba

Democratic Republic of Congo Patrice Lumumba was the Congolese version of Malcolm X and Barack Hussein Obama. In June 1960, the Democratic Republic of Congo was granted independence from Belgium. Patrice Lumumba became Prime Minister and ruled the Congo for … Continue reading

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Deadliest Journeys: Congo

Congo H/T Nicawawa. “Hey white man, when you go home, tell them to rebuild our roads.” – Congolese trucker In this video, 1,500 Congolese sail up the Congo River from Kinshasa to Kisangani, formerly Leopoldville and formerly Stanleyville in the … Continue reading

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The Belgian Congo: A Civilization Destroyed By The Black Undertow

Congo Feast your eyes on this: a photo gallery of an entire civilization destroyed by the Black Undertow and transformed by freedom, equality, and democracy – which result in climate change and structural inequality – from a prosperous and pacified … Continue reading

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