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Africa / Celebrity Activism / Sudan Documentary #849783

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 14, 2007
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The questions about the aim & effectiveness of the star power of celebrities working for causes in Africa examined; excerpts shown of the film "God Grew Tired of Us" about the lost boys of Sudan that was saved by the celebrity support; details given about the criticism of Madonna & Oprah Winfrey. [Film director Christopher QUINN - recounts getting funds from Brad Pitt.] [Actors PITT, Angelina JOLIE, Dermit MULRONEY, Nicole KIDMAN - comment on the criticism.] [Charity watchdog group's Trent STAMP‡- says celebrities may not know how to spend the money.]

Reporter(s):
Harris, Dan
Duration:
00:03:30

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