1. GQ's Better Men Better World Search Finalists

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    This summer, GQ asked the public to nominate a man who strives every day for the betterment of society through charitable work, volunteerism, and community involvement. GQ selected the five best submissions as finalists and asked the public to help determine the potential winner by popular vote. The five finalists were invited to GQ's Gentlemen's Ball on October 27, 2010 to be honored... Cyrus Buffum - Charleston Waterkeeper Tad Agoglia - First Response Team of America Kiff Gallagher - Music National Service John Prendergast - Enough Project Jimmie Briggs - Man Up Campaign

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    • GQ's Better Men Better World Search Finalists

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      This summer, GQ asked the public to nominate a man who strives every day for the betterment of society through charitable work, volunteerism, and community involvement. GQ selected the five best submissions as finalists and asked the public to help determine the potential winner by popular vote. The five finalists were invited to GQ's Gentlemen's Ball on October 27, 2010 to be honored... Cyrus Buffum - Charleston Waterkeeper Tad Agoglia - First Response Team of America Kiff Gallagher - Music National Service John Prendergast - Enough Project Jimmie Briggs - Man Up Campaign

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      • Cube: Portrait of Samantha Power (Esquire's Portrait of the 21st Century by Lincoln Schatz)

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        For her Cube portrait, Power and John Prendergast, founder of the Enough Project (http://www.enoughproject.org), gathered five genocide survivors: Perouz Kalousdian, a 99-year-old survivor of the Armenian genocide; Bernard Gotfryd, a Holocaust survivor; Sophy Yem, who survived Pol Pot's "killing fields"; Jacqueline Murekatete, who narrowly survived the Rwandan genocide; and Motasim Adam, who escaped the ongoing genocide in Darfur. The green bracelets, which say, "Not on Our Watch," represent the growing strength worldwide of the movement to eliminate genocide. "Esquire's Portrait of the 21st Century" by video artist Lincoln Schatz. http://www.lincolnschatz.com The series was recently acquired by the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.

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        • John Prendergast Tribute Video "ON OUR WATCH"

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          Written/Produced by Leslie Sachnowitz Meimoun (SquareOne Creative) and edited by CREATE Media for Holocaust Museum Houston 2010 LBJ Moral Courage Award Dinner honoring human rights activist John Prendergast.

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          • Sudan - News Hour from 2004

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            In October 2004, News Hour with Jim Lehrer did this in-depth piece on the genocide in Darfur.

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            • Sudan Crisis - CNN Wolf Blitzer

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              CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports first aired this piece on the genocide in Sudan in November 2004.

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              • Walk-in Loop (no audio) for On Our Watch

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                Produced by Leslie Sachnowitz Meimoun; Animation and Graphics by Livesey Media. Motion Graphic Walk-in (Welcome) Loop for Holocaust Museum Houston LBJ Moral Courage Award Dinner - May 3, 2010 (no audio)

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                • John Prendergast Joins Darfur Fast for Life

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                  Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast discusses his fast for Darfur. -------------------------------------------------------- DARFUR FAST FOR LIFE | fasting in solidarity with our sudanese brothers, sisters and children Darfur Fast For Life is a global initiative launched by people who fast in solidarity with the suffering victims of genocide in Southern Sudan. On April 27, we began a fasting chain to turn the world's eyes and conscience towards the 2.7 million displaced people who are now facing starvation, and, to inspire our leaders around the world to act now. Launched on April 27, 2009 by Mia Farrow and DFFL activists, and followed by Sir Richard Branson, U.S. Representative Donald Payne, Jon Foreman and Peter Gabriel, the fast is now active in over 30 countries around the world. We invite you to participate in a water-only or “refugee rations” fast to bring attention to the immediate humanitarian crisis in Darfur created by the expulsion of aid organizations by the government of Sudan. For more information about what you can do to help, visit fastdarfur.org We call for the immediate restoration of all aid services and unimpeded access for aid workers to the refugee population, as well as a credible process with viable implementation guidelines to bring lasting peace and justice to Sudan. You can make a difference. Please join us today at fastdarfur.org

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                  • John Prendergast

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                    John Prendergast speaking at the "Honor the Past, Act Now for Darfur" Commemoration event. April 19th, 2009; Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C.

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