Darfur protest

Little sister is frozen in time by news photographers, and I think it’s nice to see her collegiate idealism will be preserved forever. When she grows up and becomes a hardcore conservative, we’ll all be able to point her back to this embarrassing display of belief in justice and equality (just kidding, Miranda).

Miranda Cohen, of Lexington, Mass., center, pickets with the group Investor Against Genocide outside a Fidelity Investments shareholders meeting in Boston, Wednesday, March 19, 2008. Shareholders rejected a proposal to block investments that may contribute to genocide in places such as the Darfur region of Sudan. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

Seriously though, it’s a good cause. If you’re anti-genocide (and I hope you are) please do what you can to support Investors Against Genocide.

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