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Author: Katie Klein

Not On Our Watch Broadcast

Not On Our Watch Broadcast
Last Sunday night, Enough partnered with the broadcasting company Church Communication Network to deliver a live broadcast about the genocide in Darfur and how the Christian community across the country can mobilize to help bring peace to the region. The broadcast, based on the best selling book Not On Our Watch by Enough's John Prendergast and actor Don Cheadle, was viewed by over 90 participating churches. More than 1,000 members watched the action live at Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church just outside Dayton, Ohio, where Senior Pastor Mike Slaughter served as host for the night. The broadcast, which featured Prendergast and ...
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Christian Church Network Broadcast with Enough Project

Christian Church Network Broadcast with Enough Project
This Sunday, March 29th, Enough is partnering with the Church Communication Network to host a broadcast about the humanitarian crisis in Darfur and highlight new methods of advocacy by church communities. The satellite broadcast of “Not on Our Watch” is based off the Not on Our Watch Christian Companion: Bible Reflections on the Movement to End Genocide and in Darfur, a biblical companion to the bestselling book, Not on Our Watch, by actor Don Cheadle and John Prendergast, co-founder of Enough. The live broadcast on March 29 at 6:00pm will take place at over 90 host sites across the country ...
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Congo/Women Photo Exhibit Comes to Washington

On March 5th, Enough’s Raise Hope for Congo campaign partnered with the touring photo exhibit “Congo/Women” for an event on Capitol Hill. The exhibit highlights the daily lives of women in the eastern Democratic of the Congo, a country that is often described as the most dangerous place to be a woman or girl. The exhibit was powerful, and while the photos and essays depict human grief and suffering, they are also full of humanity, demonstrating the incredible bravery of Congolese women in the face of unbelievable atrocities. The event was well attended and featured two Congolese experts: Dr. Roger ...
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