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  • Human rights activist John Prendergast and Oscar-nominated actor Don Cheadle bring us "The Enough Moment," revealing the steps being taken by engaged citizens -- "Upstanders" -- famous and unknown, here and abroad, to combat genocide, rape, and child soldierdom in Africa, and show how you can be a part of the movement.

  • Melissa Delbon shares how a trip to the southern U.S taught her about the civil rights movement and compelled her to become an upstander for human rights abuses.

  • Gregory Rockson describes how the movie "Hotel Rwanda" made him want to become an activist in genocide and human rights issues.

  • Erica Berlin describes how the activism of her high school friends pushed her to get involved with ending the conflict in Darfur.

  • Michael Lapadot of the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington DC shares his Enough Moment.

  • Daniel Marcus shares how his grandmother was saved from perishing in the Holocaust because of the activism of a non-Jewish woman, and how this has pushed him to become an upstander for ending current acts of genocide.

  • Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) and Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast discuss how the Congo conflict minerals amendment, part of the recently-passed Wall Street reform bill, aims to help end the world's deadliest war.

  • Hello, I'm a Mac, and I'm helping fuel the war in the Congo -- the deadliest war in the world. So are PCs, cell phones, digital cameras and other electronics. That's what Apple's famous ads don't tell you. So actor/activist Brooke Smith and cinematographer Steven Lubensky teamed up with actors Joshua Malina and John Lehr to create a version that sets the record straight.

  • Thanks to a collection of members of Congress dedicated to human rights issues and an incredible grassroots outpouring of support, Congo conflict minerals language that was up for consideration by Congress has been included in the Financial Reform Bill

  • Testifying before the Sen. Foreign Relations Committee, US Sudan Envoy Maj. Gen. Scott Gration commented to Sen. Roger Wicker that demarcating borders for the oil-rich Abyei region is just a matter of "sticking some cement pylons in to let the people know where the boundary is."