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Pictures of George Clooney Visiting Sudan With Ann Curry

George Clooney Takes His Humanitarian Efforts to Africa

George Clooney traveled to Sudan with NBC's Ann Curry and the founder of the Enough Project, an anti-genocide advocacy group, last week. His companion, Ann, is also Brad Pitt's go-to for spreading the news about his good deeds. George visited the African region to discuss political issues with tribal elders ahead of an independence vote that many fear will break out in war. It's George's latest stop in the area, after a stay in 2008 and donating $500,000 for aid in Darfur — these acts, combined with his Haiti telethon, helped earn him the Bob Hope Humanitarian award at this year's Emmys. His trip comes after a fun few days of fashion with girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis in Milan, where they also fit in a sweet date night.


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Dr-George-H Dr-George-H 5 years
George, you are the best .take care
Janineisgr8 Janineisgr8 5 years
I guess he is trying to good but he is one of those celebrities who now I know about his personal life, I have no interest or respect for him on any other level. He is going the way of Tom Cruise, everybody thought he was OK until he did that couch jumping thing and now he's a weird freak. George is the same way, he's shallow in his personal life - hanging out with classless go go dancers x 100 and then he expects me to take him seriously about Darfur?
SmuttyPop SmuttyPop 5 years
@Anonymous, I live in the same world as you.1. Ann Curry is on the Today Show, it is a light and fluffy show, it generally "reports or focus on" headline making events : crime, celeb news, but it is more of a celebrity focused show. Sure they give briefs on the headlines, but it is just that briefs. They don't go too indepth with real news stories. She's not the next Walter Kronkite, so I don't see why folks are attacking her. At this point in her career Barbara Walters is just as celebrity centered as she is.2. I'm glad my statement has amused you, but what type of world do you live in where they report on the Sudan constantly, unless you lived near the region and what goes on there directly affects you. The New York Times is the the only publication that I could find that consistently reports on the Sudan and I don't live in NY. 3. Unless a celebrity visits or a real major upheaval it is rare that a local newspaper or newscast would report on what's going on in the Sudan. I'll bet good money if Leno asks people what is going on in the Sudan during his "Streetwalker segment" I'd win a great deal of money.
SmuttyPop SmuttyPop 5 years
@Anonymous, I live in the same world as you. 1. Ann Curry is on the Today Show, it is a light and fluffy show, it generally "reports or focus on" headline making events : crime, celeb news, but it is more of a celebrity focused show. Sure they give briefs on the headlines, but it is just that briefs. They don't go too indepth with real news stories. She's not the next Walter Kronkite, so I don't see why folks are attacking her. At this point in her career Barbara Walters is just as celebrity centered as she is. 2. I'm glad my statement has amused you, but what type of world do you live in where they report on the Sudan constantly, unless you lived near the region and what goes on there directly affects you. The New York Times is the the only publication that I could find that consistently reports on the Sudan and I don't live in NY. 3. Unless a celebrity visits or a real major upheaval it is rare that a local newspaper or newscast would report on what's going on in the Sudan. I'll bet good money if Leno asks people what is going on in the Sudan during his "Streetwalker segment" I'd win a great deal of money.
SmuttyPop SmuttyPop 5 years
I still think anonymous is the same person posting different comments.
SmuttyPop SmuttyPop 5 years
People who need assistance wouldn't have a voice if people like Clooney, Pitt, Cheadle etc didn't take the media with them. If it wasn't for them taking the media, no one would know what is going on. Sheesh it is sad when you critique people trying to help others.
stephley stephley 5 years
So were the other pictures, the video, and the op eds - you just didn't notice.
stephley stephley 5 years
Going to Africa without a camera crew would make it certain no one would carry the story. Clooney, Don Cheadle, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt started Notonourwatchproject.org a couple of years ago to advocate & get aid to Sudan, Burma & Zimbabwe - they tied some of the Ocean's publicity to fundraisers. Clooney works with the UN, has written articles & op eds for a number of major publications. He's never shy about saying how people can help.In these pictures, you'll notice he's there now and being filmed - should he hold up a card with a web address?
stephley stephley 5 years
Going to Africa without a camera crew would make it certain no one would carry the story. Clooney, Don Cheadle, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt started Notonourwatchproject.org a couple of years ago to advocate & get aid to Sudan, Burma & Zimbabwe - they tied some of the Ocean's publicity to fundraisers. Clooney works with the UN, has written articles & op eds for a number of major publications. He's never shy about saying how people can help. In these pictures, you'll notice he's there now and being filmed - should he hold up a card with a web address?
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