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As the first genocide of the twenty-first century, Darfur was brought to us in real time by the mass media, and became the test case for what the United States and the international community would do to uphold the mantra of "never again." This is the story of the individuals who organized protest marches, lobbied government officials, and raised funds in the belief that the outcry they created would force world powers to save the millions of Darfurians still at risk. Author Rebecca Hamilton was a key player in that international human rights movement. Drawing on her conversations with the likes of Colin Powell, Michael Gerson, Kofi Annan, and Robert Zoellick, her five year investigation reveals what happened inside the corridors of power.
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