Americans take up Darfur’s cause

by Richard Allen Greene

There was table tennis, arm wrestling, billiards, bands … and a slideshow about the suffering of people in Darfur.

In fact, the party was a fundraiser put together by Nick Anderson, 17, and Ana Slavin, 16, co-founders of a new effort to get their peers to raise money for the cause

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