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Sudan critics follow Obama to Martha’s Vineyard

The Martha’s Vineyard Gazette and Martha’s Vineyard Times aren’t typical venues for bringing your argument to the president but a coalition of groups seeking U.S. pressure to stop genocide in Darfur aren’t taking any chances while Barack Obama is at the beach. A new ad campaign by Humanity United, the Enough Project, Stop Genocide Now, ...

The Martha’s Vineyard Gazette and Martha’s Vineyard Times aren't typical venues for bringing your argument to the president but a coalition of groups seeking U.S. pressure to stop genocide in Darfur aren't taking any chances while Barack Obama is at the beach.

A new ad campaign by Humanity United, the Enough Project, Stop Genocide Now, and Investors Against Genocide, urges adminstration officials to back up campaign rhetoric about preventing genocide with action and appears in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, (and FP's Website) in addition to the two local papers. Here's the ad. 

The Martha’s Vineyard Gazette and Martha’s Vineyard Times aren’t typical venues for bringing your argument to the president but a coalition of groups seeking U.S. pressure to stop genocide in Darfur aren’t taking any chances while Barack Obama is at the beach.

A new ad campaign by Humanity United, the Enough Project, Stop Genocide Now, and Investors Against Genocide, urges adminstration officials to back up campaign rhetoric about preventing genocide with action and appears in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, (and FP’s Website) in addition to the two local papers. Here’s the ad. 

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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