Packers’ Rodgers and Mulumba hosted ‘Rally for Congo’ at Memorial Union

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Scott Straus, professor of political science and Africa specialist, lines up with Aaron Rodgers, Emmanuelle Chriqui, rookie Packers linebacker Andy Mulumba, and Enough Project’s JD Stier. (Photo by Krista Duffy/African Studies Program, UW-Madison)

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Congolese rookie Packers linebacker Andy Mulumba, and actress and activist Emmanuelle Chriqui hosted a rally for the Enough Project’s Conflict Free Campus Initiative (CFCI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Memorial Union on October 7, 2013. CFCI is a student-led university initiative of the Raise Hope for Congo Campaign that works with universities to stand for human rights in Congo by pursuing responsible procurement and investment policies for electronics.

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