Patrice Lumumba
Dispatches from the Congo: Lumumba lives!

In the first episode of our new show, Dispatches from the Congo, we take a look the life and legacy of the iconic Patrice Lumumba on the anniversary of his martyrdom

Researchers, activists to remember Congolese revolutionary Patrice Lumumba

On the 60th anniversary of his assassination, activists and researchers from across the African continent will discuss the legacy of Lumumba today

Congo Week: Our goal is the liberation of the DRC and the transformation of Africa

We talk to Kambale Musavuli, who explains the spirit behind Congo Week, the history of exploitation and violence against the people, and their inspiring fight-back.

Say no to imperialist coups

On the 44th anniversary of the 1976 coup in Thailand, we look at how imperialism has used such violent means throughout history to overthrow those who have fought for the people

African Liberation Day: Historical Perspective for Pan Africanism Today

Justice Henaku discusses the political, historical, and cultural importance of African Liberation Day for the people on the African continent, of the African diaspora and across the world.

African Liberation Day: The enduring struggle against colonialism and capitalism

What is African liberation? How did our ancestors fight for it? How far have we come to realise it today? These are some of the questions that loom on 25 May each year for the African people, and its diaspora. 

Assassination of Congolese independence leader and revolutionary Patrice Lumumba

The United States and Belgium led counter revolutionary forces carried out the assassination.

How today’s crisis in the Congo began

Despite the country having rich mineral deposit, most of the citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo live in extreme poverty. However, a new generation of youth are determined to overcome this contradiction and break the culture of plunder.

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