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In Congo We Have Many Churches

From: Vermont Folklife Center Media
Series: Youth Radio Vermont
Length: 02:04

A Congolese perspective on church in America Read the full description.

Kidsrecordingtinmouth_medium_small This piece was produced with Alimasi Anzuruni, a Congolese man and student at Winooski High School. In it, he talks about the role of church in his life in America---and how different it is from his church life in the Congo. This piece was created during a religion unit in Kate Toland's world history class at Winooski High School in Winooski, Vermont.

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This piece was produced with Alimasi Anzuruni, a Congolese man and student at Winooski High School. In it, he talks about the role of church in his life in America---and how different it is from his church life in the Congo. This piece was created during a religion unit in Kate Toland's world history class at Winooski High School in Winooski, Vermont.