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  • At a Senate briefing, Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast explains the need to focus on conflict minerals as a means to end war in the Congo.

  • Run for Congo Women founder Lisa Shannon spent months in eastern Congo exploring the link between mining and the world's worst sexual violence.

  • The Holocaust Museum Houston presented Enough Co-founder John Prendergast with the Lyndon Baines Johnson Moral Courage Award for his commitment to ending genocide and crimes against humanity. This video, courtesy of the museum, chronicles Prendergast's career in human rights.

  • This audio slideshow presents perspective on what life is like for a Westerner living in Juba, from the presence of weapons to the importance of cattle.

  • Show mom how much you love her this Mother's Day with a meaningful gift: Download "Save an Angel" from iTunes. Proceeds benefit the Enough Project's Raise Hope for Congo campaign and other organizations working to help at-risk women and children around the world.

  • Enough Project advisor Omer Ismail comments on the need for greater diplomatic pressure on the government of Sudan following the country's unfree election.

  • Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast comments on the need for the Obama administration to respond more forcefully to Sudan's rigged election.

  • Enough advisor Omer Ismail and Voices for Sudan's Jimmy Mulla wonder why the Sudan election isn't being branded "stolen" more forcefully.

  • The unfree, unfair elections just completed in Sudan will have widespread repercussions. Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast, Enough advisor Omer Ismail and Voices for Sudan's Jimmy Mulla discuss the fallout, and the steps the Obama administration should take to address the situation.

  • Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast explains the importance of keeping pressure on US lawmakers to sign on to the Congo conflict minerals legislation pending on Capitol Hill.