"Throughout our lives, we will constantly have choices and opportunities to either become Upstanders or bystanders. If ENOUGH of us choose to be Upstanders, we can help change the course of history. That is the Enough Moment. ENOUGH of us, with ENOUGH commitment, will lead the change."
— Actor/activist Don Cheadle and Enough Co-founder John Prendergast, The Enough Moment: Fighting to End Africa's Worst Human Rights Crimes
Over the years, we have been lucky ENOUGH to partner with multiple celebrities in our efforts to end genocide and crimes against humanity. From actors and actresses such as George Clooney and Mia Farrow, to athletes and musicians including Tracy McGrady and Good Charlotte’s Joel Madden, celebs have stepped up to become involved with Enough’s work in the Congo, Sudan, and communities affected by the LRA.
To recognize these individuals, the Enough Project has launched an online database of Celebrity Upstanders who have used their star power to assist Enough by hosting events, appearing in videos and YouTube campaigns, traveling to Africa, and taking other significant steps to bring attention to Enough’s issues in order to end Africa’s worst human rights atrocities.
The Celebrity Upstanders archive will serve as a comprehensive resource that includes celeb profiles that highlight each individual’s involvement with the Enough Project. These profiles also feature video clips, interviews, and excerpts from celeb “Enough Moments.” So, what are you waiting for? Check it out.