The lyrical radio speeches of Patrice Lumumba are recaptured in the art of Tshibumba Kanda. But in order to understand this spirit of the postcolonial future as a revolutionary, intellectual force, we must make a detour through the work of C.L.R. James and Cedric Robinson. The theory and practice of revolution is bound to the way the individual emerges as a theoretical possibility and phenomenological actuality in and out of the revolutionary ensemble.
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