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  1. page home edited {DarfurNavBar.jpg} Many Voices for Darfur Blog Welcome to the Many Voices for Darfur wiki! We …
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    Welcome to the Many Voices for Darfur wiki! We started this project in February of 2008 in an effort to raise awareness about the ongoing genocide taking place in Darfur. Dozens of classrooms, and hundreds of students participated in this project last year. Unfortunately, the genocide has not been stopped. The people in the Darfur region of the Sudan are suffering, and need our help. So once again, we are asking for as many students as possible to join the Many Voices for Darfur project to help put an end to this genocide. Want to participate? It's simple. Simply read a little, or a lot, about the conflict. Then on March 4, 5th, and 6th visit the Many Voices for Darfur blog and leave a comment. It's that simple.
    For 48 hours, starting at midnight Eastern standard time on March 6, 2008, many student voices will be collected in the
    name of those suffering in Darfur. Be sure that your voice is among them.
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    Welcome to the Many Voices for Darfur wiki! We started this project in February of 2008 in an effort to raise awareness about the ongoing genocide taking place in Darfur. Dozens of classrooms, and hundreds of students participated in this project last year. Unfortunately, the genocide has not been stopped. The people in the Darfur region of the Sudan are suffering, and need our help. So once again, we are asking for as many students as possible to join the Many Voices for Darfur project to help put an end to this genocide. Want to participate? It's simple. Simply read a little, or a lot, about the conflict. Then on March 4, 5th, and 6th visit the Many Voices for Darfur blog and leave a comment. It's that simple.
    For 48 hours, starting at midnight Eastern standard time on March 6, 2008, many student voices will be collected in the
    name of those suffering in Darfur. Be sure that your voice is among them.
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    Darfur Papercraft Tutorial, from The Blurb
    Darfur Rap, from The Blurb. See lyrics here.
    Zohonotebooks created by some students at Westwood Schools
    http://notebook.zoho.com/nb/public/bigcountry42/book/68180000000002341
    http://notebook.zoho.com/nb/public/youngpark12991/book/37211000000002201

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    on March 6th4th, 5th, and 7th.6th.
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    the genocide taking place in Darfur. We invite students all over the world to participate.One year later, we are
    Contact: mrmayo.org [at] gmail dotcom
    Get a Voki now!
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