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D.R Congo raise awareness about pollution through art


An art festival higlighting the damage done by a throwaway culture has just wrapped up in kinshasa. The kinact festival made its return after having to be cancelled last year because of the pandemic. Artists use materials that others have thrown away to create works that raise awareness about the dangers of pollution.

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