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Done Editing Tags. Share this article. After a meteoric rise in the colonial civil service and the African political elite, he became a major figure in the decolonization movement of the s. Patrice Lumumba, the first legally elected prime minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC , was assassinated 50 years ago today, on 17 January, This heinous crime was a culmination of two inter-related assassination plots by American and Belgian governments, which used Congolese accomplices and a Belgian execution squad to carry out the deed.

Nixon and Henry Kissinger. This content was created by a Daily Kos Community member. Make YOUR voice heard! Her book is an exemplary example of interdisciplinary scholarship and provides a model for scholars seeking to weave literary and historical methods together. This outstanding work deserves a wide audience of scholars. With this book, Karen Bouwer adds a much needed gender perspective to this body of work.

Gender and Decolonization in the Congo is both a book about women and one that seeks to employ a gender analysis to understand Patrice Lumumba's writings and his life's legacy. In all, this book makes a significant contribution to the scholarship on Congo's decolonization from an understudied perspective, and demonstrates how political legacies are shaped. Gender and Decolonization in the Congo is richly documented and provides a useful index, an impressive bibliography, a dependable section of notes and rare photographs of Congolese female activists.

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