Paul Rusesabagina & Bloggers for Darfur

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The talk was also sponsored by Facing History, Facing Ourselves , Human Rights Watch , the Museum of African Diaspora , Marines' Memorial Association , Bay Area Darfur Coalition , Amnesty International and Stacey's Independent Bookstore. Send a Million Voices for Darfur e-card to Bush.

The Save Darfur Coalition’s "Be A Voice For Darfur" - A Stellar Example of A Multi-Channel Campaign

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Be A Voice for Darfur is an excellent example of multi-channel campaign designed to bring attention to the appalling genocide in Darfur. The genocide in Darfur continues - now in its sixth year and at the price of nearly half a million lives. Darfur Voices. Team Darfur.

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Not On Our Watch: The Least Depressing Book About Darfur You'll Ever Read

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It isn't often that you can't wait to keep reading a book about genocide, but that is how it was while I was reading Not On Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond by Don Cheadle and John Prendergast. Darfur activism book Don Cheadle John Prendergast

Nonprofit Blog Highlight: Global Fund for Women

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That's an excerpt from a speech given by Muadi Mukenge the Global Fund for Women's Program Officer for Africa, at the Darfur Day of Conscience. It was turned into a post for the Global Fund for Women's blog.

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President's Update: Summer 2008

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

This means new challenges ahead in scaling Bookshare.org to serve every single student with a print disability in the U.S. In essence, we're being paid to deliver – free – accessible books to all students with print disabilities in the United States for the next five years.

What Can I Do About Genocide? An Interview with Janessa Goldbeck

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Our members envision a world in which the global community is willing and able to protect civilians from genocide and mass atrocities. JG: STAND is the student-led division of the Genocide Intervention Network, and both organizations were started by students right around the same time.

Pros and Cons of Facebook Activism

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Several months ago my colleague Mary Joyce (who I met at the Global Voices Summit in London in 2005 ) and who is now at the Berkman Center pinged me and asked if I knew any digital activists in Southeast Asia. I helped her track down the people behind the Support the monks Campaign and Facebook Burma Group, an unofficial representative in the UK named Imran Jamal, Burma Global Action Network. They were bored students, clicking on their friend???s

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Solutionary Women: Heddy Nam

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Heddy also writes for the Global Youth Fund blog. It was founded in 2001 by a group of college students from all over the world who wanted to ensure that “Never Again” became a reality rather than a rhetorical sound bite.