Portland Teen Advocates For Black Liberation


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One year ago, Portland teenager Asukulu (AH-soo-koo-loo) Songolo (sawn-GOH-loh) started the Congo Peace Project. The grassroots non-profit provides resources for students and women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where Songolo’s family is from. Now, amid the global uprising against systemic racism, Songolo is organizing rallies in Portland to support Black liberation worldwide. He joins us to talk about his activism work.

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