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A Soap Opera for Social Change

This is a guest blog by Dedo Baranshamaje, Director of Special Projects at Segal Family Foundation. It's always nice to read posts from one of our own team members. As a native Burundian, Dedo has seen the power of radio as a means of spreading messaging--both good and bad. Despite the political instability and resulting violence in Burundi over the past two years, there are stories of inspiration and hope on the airwaves still.
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