The Congo We Listen To It made headlines worldwide: Hundreds of women raped in one Congolese village. But when one researcher arrives in town, something feels off. (Note: This episode contains descriptions of violence.)
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The Congo We Listen To

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The Congo We Listen To

The Congo We Listen To

The Congo We Listen To

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It made headlines worldwide: Hundreds of women raped in one Congolese village. But when one researcher arrives in town, something feels off. (Note: This episode contains descriptions of violence.)

The town, Luvungi, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Laura Heaton hide caption

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