`Don and John are two of the greatest champions of ending this genocide.
They remind us that any individual can change the world for the better.
They also remind us that we all bear responsibility for this crime against
humanity.' -- George Clooney, Actor and Co-Founder of the Not on Our Watch Project.
'A persuasive and authoritative call for action with an engaging
personal touch.' -- Kirkus Reviews
`Not On Our Watch's combination of practical information and
instructions blended with memoir, history and tales of success from past
activism should provide inspiration whether the reader is taking his or her
first baby steps towards getting involved in any form of activism (or
simply picked up the book because it's co-written by a movie star), or is
already convinced that the pen truly can be mightier than the sword and is
looking for specifics on this particular conflict.' -- BookBrowse.com
`This book is a guide for those 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. Informative
-- Publishers Weekly
`This book is a rallying cry to every person in the world to help
save Darfur and stop this genocide.' -- Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
About the Author
DON CHEADLE is one of America's most acclaimed actors. He
was nominated for an academy award for his portrayal of Paul Rusesabagina
in Hotel Rwanda. His film credits include Traffic, Crash, Ocean's Eleven,
Twelve, and Thirteen. He has written for USA Today and the Wall Street
Journal on Darfur with Prendergast. Cheadle lives in Los Angeles.
JOHN PRENDERGAST is co-founder of the ENOUGH Project. He previously worked
at the White House and State Department during the Clinton administration.
He has lived, worked and travelled throughout Africa for over 20 years.
Prendergast lives in Washington, DC.