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Author: Lauren Clyne Medley

CNN’s ‘Amanpour’: John Prendergast on the Future of South Sudan

CNN's 'Amanpour': John Prendergast on the Future of South Sudan
CNN's Christiane Amanpour sat down with Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast to discuss South Sudan's future and the critical steps both Sudan and South Sudan must take to ensure peace ...
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John Prendergast Honored at Two Events

John Prendergast Honored at Two Events
Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast was honored at two different events for his ongoing work as a mentor and human rights activist ...
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AOL Feature: ‘You’ve Got John Prendergast’

AOL Feature: 'You've Got John Prendergast'
John Prendergast tells AOL how he got started as an activist and why "you've got to fight for human rights." ...
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Robin Wright Talks Conflict Minerals on ‘Chelsea Lately’

Robin Wright Talks Conflict Minerals on 'Chelsea Lately'
Actress and Raise Hope for Congo activist Robin Wright dropped by the E! Network's popular late-night show "Chelsea Lately" to talk about her latest film "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," the holidays, and the mineral-fueled conflict in eastern Congo ...
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Panasonic Mutes Consumer Calls for Conflict-Free Electronics

Panasonic Mutes Consumer Calls for Conflict-Free Electronics
"Step Up for 1502", a new Raise Hope for Congo Facebook campaign, is pressuring the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and their member companies to back down from a legal challenge against the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, over Dodd-Frank 1502, and to implement the regulations with no additional delays or phase-ins. Panasonic, one of the campaign's targets, sent a clear message to activists when it removed then partially-restored all Congo-related posts on their public Facebook wall ...
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10,000 Thumbs Up for Enough Project

10,000 Thumbs Up for Enough Project
With the help of a steady community push, the Enough Project's Facebook fan page passed 10,000 fans early this morning ...
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