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Fims Screening: KIMPA VITA – the mother of the African Revolution

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Date: Fri 21 April 2017 from 17:00 – 20:00

Location: Galton LT 1-19 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HB

Join film producer Ne Nkuda Nlaba for a Screening of Kimpa Vita – La Mere de la Revolution Africaine Continue reading Fims Screening: KIMPA VITA – the mother of the African Revolution

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Lumumba day January 16th

 

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at Mama Africa culture shop, 282 leyton high rd, london, E105PWGeneral

Aims:

• To raise awareness of the situation in the Congo
• To win people over to understand that cause of the symptoms in Congo is neo-colonialism and occupation.
• To win some of the old activists closer to us.
• To win a new audience of young people under 25 and mothers.
Organisational Aims
To win people to join We Are Lumumba Coalition
To win people to work with We Are Lumumba Coalition
To win people to the Break The Silence campaign: to deal with some of the symptoms caused by the Multinational companies, and to demand

More info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/congoleseactionyouthuk/

Poetry Meets Art Tuesday 13th October

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The BIGGEST, BADDEST, MOST ‪#‎EDUTAINING‬ ‪#‎poetry‬, ‪#‎spoken‬ word and ‪#‎art‬ event for ‪#‎Congo‬ just got even HOTTER! Join in with the top community event for empowerment and solidarity channeling the power of the Ancestors and creativity like BOOMBAP as we fight for‪#‎ethicaltechnology‬ and move as ‪#‎ONE‬. Continue reading Poetry Meets Art Tuesday 13th October

GENO-COST: REMEMBERING THE CONGOLESE GENOCIDE

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You are warmly welcome to join us for the Congolese Genocide Memorial Day. On Sunday 2nd August 2015 the Congolese community will gather for a beautiful evening of remembrance, reflection, and a moment of silence to pay respect to the people we have lost due to Congo’s long history of war and genocides. Continue reading GENO-COST: REMEMBERING THE CONGOLESE GENOCIDE