'Come Clean 4 Congo' Video honored at Hollywood Film Festival's Human Rights Symposium

Back in May, YouTube begin a video contest to demonstrate ‘connection between the "conflict minerals" used in cell phones and the war in Democratic Republic of the Congo’. Matt Smith’s "Come Clean 4 Congo," video in partnership with Enough Project, voted #1 by YouTube community, and will be honored at the Hollywood Film Festival's Human Rights Symposium, LA, announced. “Its the deadliest conflict […]

Back in May, YouTube begin a video contest to demonstrate ‘connection between the "conflict minerals" used in cell phones and the war in Democratic Republic of the Congo’. Matt Smith’s "Come Clean 4 Congo," video in partnership with Enough Project, voted #1 by YouTube community, and will be honored at the Hollywood Film Festival's Human Rights Symposium, LA, announced.

“Its the deadliest conflict since World War II, and militias continue to use rape as a weapon of terror. The UN reports that in the first half of 2009, more than 5,000 women have been raped in the South Kivu province of the Congo”