This site will share some thoughts, analysis from Kambale Musavuli and anything he would like to share with the world in support of humanity in general, and Congolese in particular.
Blessed to be in the presence of Reverend Jeremiah Wright of Trinity United Church of Christ. (at ThoughtWorks)
Dr Joyce Poole, co-founder of Elephant Voices, speaks about the lives of elephants, their empathy, their babysitting skilled and their playfulness. (at ACA Galleries)
At the ACA gallery listening to investigative journalist Brian Christy who wrote the article “Ivory Worship” last October for National Geographic. Poaching has increased in Africa. Still waiting to see if any speaker today will talk about the Ugandan military using its US military aid-helicopters to kill elephants for ivory in Congo’s national park. (at ACA Galleries)
Divine Muragijimana discussing African Union and youth leadership on @SiriusXM @MakeItPlain. She tried to say Burundi is the heart of Africa and almost started a fight live on air :-) (at SiriusXM Studios)
Saw this while in California last week. I wonder how he is able to get up there and get down everyday.
Just saw “Toussaint L’Ouverture” by Philippe Niang here at the Haitian Film Festival. Toussaint’s nephew before he was killed said some Vodun prayer in Lingala. Yes I’m giving the movie away so now you gotta find out what he said. (at St. Francis College)
Just saw the NY film premiere of “Plezi Gede Credit” by Haitian Romel Jean-Pierre. Very bright young man! (at St. Francis College)
Had the coolest cab driver. He was from Bulgaria. Made me laugh so hard. He said “I always have a funny guy asking where I’m from. After saying Bulgaria, the guy then suggests that it is a country in the Middle East. I got tired of this so I bought a world map to show them that I’m not an Arab nor Bulgaria was part of the Soviet Union.”
I like the idea of carrying a world map with me to show people where the Congo is.
Just finishing up the TEDx talk. Very super organized these students at University of Chicago. Big up to Panzi Foundation for the support and connection. Now more students are asking me “what can I do to help?” The answer remains “we need dedicated supporters and human resources to do this work. Join us in this global movement!”
#ted #tedx #tedxuchicago #congo #breakingthesilence #hope (at The University of Chicago)
“Countries that spend time developing its people have greater chance in successfully developing their countries.” Sue Khim, CEO of Brilliant.
She left University of Chicago to start her company. Look her up. Love that sister…
#TED #TEDx #TEDxUChicago (at The University of Chicago)