Darfur is not “over with” and it won’t be until we take action.
On the 5th anniversary of the arrest warrant for Sudan’s President Bashir, we are encouraging supporters to submit letters to the editor to demand action.
Demonstrations that began in Khartoum on Monday to protest a dramatic cut in fuel subsidies have spread throughout Sudan and intensified with the government’s bloody response.
We strongly urge the Hotel Association of New York City and all of its members to deny any request for accommodations for Sudanese President al-Bashir.
Here are the answers to your top 5 questions related to President Bashir’s proposed travel plans to the U.S. to attend the UN General Assembly.
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