Here’s some info and a link to the book, “Not On Our Watch” by Don Cheadle which we had a video on here about the other day.

From Publishers Weekly
“Over the past five years, youth groups, religious organizations, politicians and individuals have responded to the crisis in Sudan in increased numbers. This book is a guide for these already involved, as well as those who are interested in taking action, or speaking out against the mass killings that continue to occur in the country’s Darfur region. Coauthored by Cheadle, actor and star of the film Hotel Rwanda, and Prendergast, senior adviser of the International Crisis Group, the book is a pastiche of practical information, instructions, memoir and history.

As a handbook for budding activists, it’s informative and, at times, inspiring. The combination of charts, lists and first-person accounts create a simple and reasonable path to action. But as a source for information about the conflict in Sudan, the book falters. The history is neither clear nor succinct, and there is not much of it. Furthermore, although Cheadle and Prendergast’s personal anecdotes are entertaining, they overshadow the few anecdotes about the Sudanese living through the crisis. The book’s most interesting moment, besides the useful advice on how to get involved, is its delving into the government’s excuses for inaction.”

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