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What you can do about racism
As a Black man living in Oslo, Norway, Christian Kongolo has frequently dealt with being “different.” But it wasn’t until recently, he admitted, that he began to see the importance of addressing issues like racism in a way that brings broader and more lasting change. He talked with the Sentinel’s Jenny Sawyer about how he’s been thinking, praying, and talking with the people in his life about racism.
Christian, tell us about where you were on some of these race-related issues even six months ago.
Originally appeared online in the teen series: Q&A - September 16, 2020
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