Neil Gaiman Went To A Place Most People Don't Want To Talk About And Talked About It

Author Neil Gaiman went to Syrian refugee camps to see what is going on there. What he found was both depressing and encouraging at the same time. Take 3 minutes and hear what he learned. And then maybe share this so more people can help prevent more bloodshed?

Neil wrote to say, "I made this film, with UNHCR. It's really short. PLEASE watch it. And, if it moves you, please share it." Let's see what we can do to help him out. To learn more about what's going on, check out the other stories he's collected. To donate, you can click here. And to share it, if you are so inclined, click the share buttons below.

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In one of the most glaringly hypocritical moves in recent history, the band formerly known as Lady Antebellum is suing black blues singer Anita "Lady A" White, to use her stage name she's performed under for over three decades.

Lady Antebellum announced it had changed its name to Lady A on June 11 as part of its commitment to "examining our individual and collective impact and marking the necessary changes to practice antiracism."

Antebellum refers to an era in the American south before the civil war when black people were held as slaves.

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