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    7 July 2012
A thing to change: 

The Chinese government allowed human rights activist Chen Guangcheng to travel to the United States in May. Chen Guangcheng, who is blind, endured imprisonment and beatings by local authorities for exposing forced abortions and sterilizations in China.
Chen’s nephew Chen Kegui has now been arrested, and local officials continue to harass members of his extended family and friends. Call on the Chinese government to ensure Chen Kegui’s safety and the safety of other Chen Guangcheng supporters:

http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/siteapps/advocacy/ActionItem.aspx?c=6oJCLQPAJiJUG&b=6645049&aid=517861&msource=W1207EAIAR1

    7 July 2012

    A thing to change: 

    The Chinese government allowed human rights activist Chen Guangcheng to travel to the United States in May. Chen Guangcheng, who is blind, endured imprisonment and beatings by local authorities for exposing forced abortions and sterilizations in China.

    Chen’s nephew Chen Kegui has now been arrested, and local officials continue to harass members of his extended family and friends. Call on the Chinese government to ensure Chen Kegui’s safety and the safety of other Chen Guangcheng supporters:

    http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/siteapps/advocacy/ActionItem.aspx?c=6oJCLQPAJiJUG&b=6645049&aid=517861&msource=W1207EAIAR1

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Every day so many bad things happen in this world: people die of poverty, starvation, politics fails us and corruption damages.

But every day so many good things happen as well: breakthroughs in health, science and technology, governments committing to change and people having fabulous new ideas on how to see good occur.

What if we could take just one action a day, to fight the bad and/or help the good?

This blog aims to make us aware of a bad thing and a good thing that happens everyday. And, in addition, provide an avenue to do something in response. Every day a small action, to change things, to react and make a difference.

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