Wednesday, September 26, 2012

What would Ginny Weasley do?

Hey Hippogriffs,

What would Ginny do? Fight hunger, that's what - check it out! And please sign the petition below to Hillary Clinton to help with aid to West Africa!

Stay tuned for more ways to help fight hunger as we enter Hufflepuff, very soon!


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Date: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 11:13 AM
Subject: What would Ginny Weasley do?

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bonnie wright and oxfam

What would Ginny Weasley do?

Ginny Weasley was never one for sitting still when there was a problem to solve or an injustice to fight. Whether it was casting Dumbledore's Army's best Bat Bogey Hex, rebelling against Snape's regime at Hogwarts or fighting in the final battle despite her family's fears for her safety, Ginny Weasley always took action for what was right.

So it should come as no surprise that Bonnie Wright, the actress who plays Ginny in the Harry Potter movies, refuses inaction too. Recently Bonnie traveled with our partner, Oxfam, to Senegal to bring attention to the dire food crisis in the Sahel region of West Africa.

Bonnie's trip to the region brought much needed attention to the crisis, and with her support Oxfam is working to provide emergency support to 1.8 million people in West Africa who desperately need it. Help Bonnie raise awareness for this crisis by speaking up with Oxfam for increased aid to West Africa. Send a message to Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, today.

You can also see a video from Bonnie here. Send your message to Secretary Clinton and then share this video with your friends and family, and encourage them to speak out for the lives of those in West Africa.

Whether it's Harry and Ginny's fearless quest for justice or Oxfam and Bonnie Wright's dedication to providing much needed aid, we stand with our partners, friends and favorite characters in their brave fight for good.

Stand with us!

"We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better." -JK Rowling

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