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John Prendergastvideo WATCH John Prendergast, co-chair of the Enough Project, discuss the use of rape as a weapon in eastern Congo and the current civil war in the region, on the PBS World Focus news program.

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In October 2008, ENOUGH launched the RAISE Hope for Congo campaign to protect and empower Congolese women and girls. Learn more and join the movement!

Facing History and Ourselves and Enough have partnered to create free Darfur curriculum for U.S. Schools

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Enough Chair John Prendergast joined activist Samantha Power in a unique video cube portrait by artist Lincoln Schatz, featured in the October 2008 issue of Esquire magazine.



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