Green Bay Packers star quarterback and Superbowl MVP Aaron Rodgers and actress and activist Emmanuelle Chriqui will host a special rally for the Enough Project's Conflict Free Campus Initiative, or CFCI, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on October 7, at 7:30pm.
Other speakers at the event include Raise Hope for Congo Campaign Manager JD Stier, DJ Nick Nice, and Omekongo.
CFCI is a student-led university initiave 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.
Location: Memorial Union Terrace Stage, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Use the hashtag #Rodgers4Congo for live updates at the event.
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