Strife, oppression, and poverty are connected and often a direct result of policy stemming from a history of oppression and colonization of non whites globally, so its no wonder that resources are the most plentiful in the places that are the most destabilized.
The late great, Patrice Lumumba's Congo and Africa's largest pool of resources is the poster child for this reality. Basic resources often never make it into the hands of its citizens, while its resources provide economic nurturing for the world's populous. Washington, D.C based Friends of the Congo is an organization that grabbed our attention ever since we heard an interview by its spokesperson Kambale Musavuli.
Friends of the Congo is a recipient of a portion of our sales. A portion of our profits will go to assist in their mission to raise the consciousness of the world community on the challenges and bring about peace and lasting change.
Another smaller portion of our sales will go toward the Franz Fanon foundation. We believe it would be in the interest of self preservation for every non white person and white too, to read the work of Franz Fanton. Unlike Franz, not too many have single handed influenced the personal philosophies of great men of color. Welsing is one modern, but not too many social scientists during the time of Fanton drove to deepen ones self awareness of the social and psychological relationship between race, class, moral, oppression and truth.