You Can’t Steal What’s Yours

Courtesy of Mwazulu Diyabanza

A man of Congolese descent goes on trial on Wednesday because he’s out here in Europe ‘robbing’ museums like a real-life Erik ‘Killmonger’ Stevens. You remember, the rightfully conflicted son of Wakanda played by Michael B. Jordan in Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther?

Bet, OK, so one fine June afternoon Mwazulu Diybanza and four fellow activists buy tickets and enter Paris’s Quai Branly Museum, the institution perched…

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Bacchanalist🧨, Journalist🥇, Filmmaker 🎬, aspiring vegan 🌱 with 👸🏾Feminist politics who praises Rastafari🔥 & studies no Evil💕.

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