huge role in these policies, like sites of marches, homes for refugees, diasporic group gatherings,
and the role of virtual space, which is likely to become increasingly relevant in helping to
political citizens, particularly young generations. Study by Giorgia Doná and Marie Godin in the
United Kingdom provide their own political presence in the DRC on the young Congolese
diaspora investigates the manner toward hegemonic struggle theories as successful "hybrid
agents" in which they are able to utilize the on- and off-line environment. The attractiveness and
advantage of informal politics may be that subvert more conventional diaspora political and
they're simpler ties to navigate and partake in, and circumvent elites.
What are implications of the project’s findings in our current lives in the US?