May 9 – Lubangi Muniania: Voices from the Past – Our Connections to Wisdom

May 2 – James Hope: Black Lives Matter – from Baltimore to the Congo
May 2, 2015
May 16 – Sabrina Moella: Made in Congo – From Kinshasa to Broadway
May 16, 2015

May 9 – Lubangi Muniania: Voices from the Past – Our Connections to Wisdom

We celebrate our mothers and the ancestral wisdom of the Congo going through generations of women leaders such as Kimpa Vita, Mama Onema, Sophie Kanza and many more. Mr. Lubangi Muniania was our special guest for today’s show.


Lubangi Muniania is an Art Educator, specialized in the visual and performing arts of Africa. He has worked as an exhibition consultant for Georgia Tech University’s Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, Director of Education at the Museum for African Art in New York, African Art Education consultant for the Art Institute of Chicago, Saint Louis Museum of Arts, festivals and cultural centers. He has written curriculum materials, articles for newspapers, essays for museum publications and universities.

Muniania is currently the president of Tabilulu Productions. He has produced documentaries such as Memories of Lumumba for the Museum for African Art, African Portrait for NBC, documentary on Democratic Republic of Congo for Bill Moyers Journal at PBS, etc.

He has also produced educational events for Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University, City College of New York, United Nations, Africa-America Institute, Session at West 54 for Sony, Africa One for AT&T and radio programs.