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Growing a ‘Green Wall’ against climate change: Singer Inna Modja turns to film

By France24
05 June 2020   |   3:00 pm
It’s a far-reaching, pan-African project, brought to our screens by musician, actress and activist Inna Modja. The Malian singer has lent her talents to the documentary "The Great Green Wall"; she spoke to FRANCE 24 about her participation in the film and the environmental initiative it focuses on.

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