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Paul Gatanga and Leontine Lanza speak to the history and atrocities taking place in the Democratic Republic of Congo, specifically in the Oriental Province. The organization both are involved with, Hope Congo, offers brighter possibilities for the future. This program is designed to raise awareness, connect the diaspora community and has been used as a political organizing tool for activists working in Congo who have limited means of self-expression.

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