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Buy your music online? Now you can get all your favorite entertainment needs and support a worthy cause at the same time. The social shopping Website fanista.com (opens in new tab) has teamed up with the Human Rights Action Center and the U.S. Campaign for Burma (opens in new tab) to raise awareness about the world's only imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Aung San Suu Kyi, and the atrocities occurring in Burma. Sign up for Fanista with Burma (opens in new tab) and 10 percent of all your purchases will go toward the U.S. Campaign for Burma.
Also on Fanista for the next 30 days, 30 celebrity videos including spots from Jennifer Aniston, Will Ferrell, and Ellen Page will call attention to this issue and urge 1 million people to join in this fight to help Aung San Suu Kyi and the people of Burma.
"Our site celebrates people's passions for entertainment," says Dan Adler, founder and CEO of fanista.com. "We see the same motivation to celebrate causes you believe in. Amplify your voice."
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