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  • Sudan's national elections, by no means free or fair, will have repercussions for the Darfur peace process, as Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast and advisor Omer Ismail discuss.

  • Conflict minerals contribute to one of Congo's deadliest conflicts. In November 2009, Enough Project consultant Sasha Lezhnev traveled to Congo to investigate the conflict minerals supply chain, beginning at the mouth of the mine. This is his story.

  • Important legislation to end the trade of conflict minerals in eastern Congo is currently working its way through the U.S. House of Representatives. Artist and activist, Omekongo Dibinga tells us why we need to act now.

  • Britney Bear decided to use her skills as a runner to become involved with the Enough Project, raising money and discovering a passion for activism along the way.

  • A look back at statements from key officials shows the Obama administration's expectations for Sudan's elections to be out of touch with the reality on the ground.

  • U.S. Department of State Daily Press Briefing by Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley. Crowley answers a reporter's question about the upcoming elections in Sudan.

  • Conflict minerals are the source of one of Congo's deadliest conflicts. In November 2009, Enough Project consultant Sasha Lezhnev traveled to Congo to investigate the conflict minerals supply chain, beginning at the mouth of the mine. This is his story.

  • All over the world, women and men commemorated International Women's Day by gathering on bridges to send the message that we must join together and work collectively to end global violence against women.

  • A stop motion video of the march across the bridge.

  • Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast offers encouragement to the activists braving the cold and holding vigil, for days on end, outside Sen. Tom Coburn's office in Oklahoma City. The "Oklahoma Hold Out" aims to secure Senate passage of the LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act, which Sen. Coburn (R-OK) is single-handedly blocking. To learn more, visit www.resolveuganda.org.