So I haven't been posting for a few weeks due to me having taken a bunch of AP classes and having a million things inside and outside of school to get done before this week! But, now I'm back, and I fully plan on making up the days that I missed posting!
On a different note, I'd like to thank my aunt for getting me this really cool book.
Also, today's challenge is to Save Darfur! There is a multitude of ways to do this one, with most of them surrounding the organization that's actually called "Save Darfur". You can download the toolbar to help raise funds. Join a local group, lobby congress, make a donation, and even participate in an event. The list goes on and on!
If you haven't heard about Darfur, it's one of the most brutal humanitarian crises in recent history. What is happening in Darfur is essentially mass genocide, with people being forced to flee their homes and relinquish all of their belongings if they're luck enough to be spared death. Fortunately, there are thousands of people out there who agree that this is wrong. Here's a video if you want to learn more about it!.