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Film ‘Staging Hope’ Premieres in Washington

Last Wednesday, Politics on Film kicked off its third annual film festival with actress and activist Melissa Fitzgerald’s documentary “Staging Hope: Acts of Peace in Northern Uganda.”   

“Staging Hope” documents a two-week theater program, run by a group of American actors, for 14 Ugandan youth from the Labuje IDP camp in northern Uganda.  Read More »

Sign the Petition: Africa's Great Lakes Needs a Special Envoy

The Enough Project, along with our partners Africa Faith & Justice Network, A Thousand Sisters, Falling Whistles, Free the Slaves, Friends of the Congo, Jewish World Watch, and STAND, has started a petition asking President Obama and Secretary Clinton to appoint a special envoy to the Great Lakes region.   Read More »

Sudan Activists Rally for Abyei

Members of the Sudanese diaspora turned out in front of the White House last Friday for a rally to raise awareness about the continued violence in the disputed region. The passionate group, called together by Abyei Solidarity and the Abyei Association in the United States, hoped to encourage the U.S. government to utilize its resources to ensure peace and to support the full implementation of the Abyei Protocol before the Comprehensive Peace Agreement expires in July.  Read More »

Pittsburgh Activists Team Up with Prendergast for Events

Last week, Enough’s Co-founder John Prendergast participated in a series of community events with human rights activists in Pittsburgh while in town for a fellowship at the Ford Institute for Human Security at the University of Pittsburgh.  Read More »

Darfuri Activist, Survivor Speak Out

Over the next couple of months, Darfur genocide survivor and activist El-Fadel Arbab will be telling his inspiring story on a national speaking tour with The Fur Cultural Revival.  Read More »

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