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Sunday, November 26, 2006

Darfur and the Internet

Scott in the forum writes:

The people of Darfur have suffered for years. The situation is only getting more dire. We who have food, shelter, and computers don’t think about this ongoing tragedy nearly enough. (If you do, you’re one of the rare ones.)

Is there anything that we can do – with our knowledge of means and methods of communication – to get world leaders to act, finally, to prevent the death and suffering of millions of people?

Any and all reasonable suggestions are welcome. A YouTube video, a week of blogging for the people of Darfur, an innovative protest to attract world media attention, anything at all ... as long as it’s something ... and as long as something happens as a result.

Join the discussion in the forum.


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