Calls to witness, calls to charity

As I write this, I can’t help but note the many powerful world events unfolding in 2011. We have seen peaceful protest bring about the downfall of oppressive governments in Egypt and Tunisia. We have also seen similar protests in Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen turn violent, hardening the grip of the powerful on their rule. The United States has been drawn into a third concurrent war, against a strongman in Libya who has declared civil war on opposition groups in his country. Japan suffered an earthquake, a devastating tsunami, and an unfolding crisis brought on by nuclear energy plants whose🔒

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