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Darfur: 3 Points – Watch the full feature film featuring Tracy McGrady

Posted by Buellboy

Tracy McGrady & Kids

Tracy McGrady & Kids

Last night Rachel Maddow interviewed NBA Houston Rockets star Tracy (T-Mac) McGrady and John Prendergast on her show. When McGrady heard about the massive challenges children from Darfur were facing in the refugee camps, he decided to travel there. Prendergast escorted McGrady to the Darfur region where they filmed ‘3 Points‘.

McGrady created the ‘Darfur Dream Team‘ and continues to donate his time and money to help educate Darfuri refugees.

To learn more about the Dafur Dream Team, click their logo below.

Click here to learn how you can help

Click here to learn how you can help

Thanks to the HULU, we are able to show you the feature film in its entirety.

3 Points

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Filed under Culture, Darfur, Sudan, Movies, Philanthropy, Politics, Uncategorized

The Unauthorized 9.12 Teabagger Tour

Brought to you by Max Blumenthal and Alternet.org

Max Blumenthal covers the 9.12 anti-Obama rally on the National Mall, where teabaggers demonstrated their opposition to healthcare reform by calling Obama the biggest Nazi in the world, claiming he wants to put “real” Americans in concentration camps, and was born in Kenya.

But how many of them have health insurance, and do they know they’re pawns in the game of healthcare industry front man Dick Armey? Of course not.

In his article, 9/12 Protest: Here’s What Fox News Didn’t Broadcast, Max explains what he witnessed in Washington:

My video tour of the 9.12 Project is yet another exhibit of how the Republican Party’s big tent became a one-ring circus that operates according to the rules of P.T. Barnum: “There’s a sucker born every minute.”

For the inside story of how the radical right took over the GOP and drove it to the margins, check out Max’s new book, “Republican Gomorrah: Inside The Movement That Shattered The Party


Filed under Partisan Politics, Politics, Republicans