Less talk, more action: Kids from French city of Roubaix give back to their community
26 June 2020 | 11:00 am
This week, Banlieue Project heads to the northern French city of Roubaix, where we meet local barbers, boxers and entrepreneurs who are part of a youth solidarity movement. All of them come from different backgrounds but share one common vision: less talk and more action geared towards giving back to their community. We speak to the movement's founder, Saher Mehri.
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