Kambale Musavuli, a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo, is a human rights activist committed to realizing peace and justice in the Congo. He has shared his experiences of partnering with a global community and Congolese civil society to end the country’s conflict and build lasting peace and stability in the heart of Africa. … Continue reading »
Abby Martin, host of Breaking the Set, speaks to the national spokesperson for the Friends of Congo, Kambale Musavuli, discussing the anniversary of the Rwandan genocide as well as the ongoing conflict that continues to plague the region.
While on the Breaking the Silence Speakers Tour, I stopped by the Congo Justice office in Nevada to discuss in more details the situation in the Congo and how people can help.
An excerpt from the documentary film Surviving Progress. Ronald Wright’s bestseller “A Short History Of Progress” inspired this cinematic requiem to progress-as-usual. Throughout human history, what seemed like progress often backfired. Some of the world’s foremost thinkers, activists, bankers, and scientists challenge us to overcome “progress traps”, which destroyed past civilizations and lie treacherously embedded … Continue reading »
On December 14, 2011, in the middle of the electoral crisis in the Congo and the power struggle in Cote d’Ivoire, Shaka Ssali of Straight Talk Africa at Voice America hosted a show to discuss Tanzanian indedendance celebration, Congo’s electoral crisis and peace in Cote d’Ivoire. Kambale Musavuli of Friends of the Congo and Ivorian … Continue reading »
Kambale Musavuli is a Student Coordinator and National Spokesperson for Friends of the Congo. Mr. Musavuli spoke at ANSWER SF office as part of a nationwide “Breaking the Silence” speaking tour. Millions of Congolese people have been killed over the past half century, due mainly to foreign intervention by the U.S., Belgium, France and other … Continue reading »