Here’s a new way for Darfur activists to get engaged online: Check out our new channel on friction.tv. Friction.tv is kinda like YouTube for debates. Users can check out videos, comment on them, or respond to them with their own videos. You can also respond to others’ comments. If you disagree with someone, let them […]
Here’s a new way for Darfur activists to get engaged online: Check out our new channel on friction.tv.
Friction.tv is kinda like YouTube for debates. Users can check out videos, comment on them, or respond to them with their own videos. You can also respond to others’ comments. If you disagree with someone, let them know!
The point is to get as many people as possible to talk about Darfur and to take action to help end the crisis there.
We’ll continue to add videos to the channel as we produce them. If you have any ideas about videos you think we should produce, please let us know by commenting on this blog or by posting a video on our friction.tv or YouTube channels
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