Jerry Fowler Reports From Tanzania

Jerry Fowler, president of the Save Darfur Coalition, recently returned from Tanzania where he attended a workshop on re-energizing the Darfur peace process. He recorded the following video at the conference: Stay tuned for more reports from the conference and to hear from Darfuri civil society leaders. Click here to support the Save Darfur Coalition […]

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Samantha Power’s CUBE Portrait

Samantha Power, award-winning journalist, anti-genocide advocate and Harvard University professor, recently participated in Esquire magazine’s “Portrait of the 21st Century.” The project, a creation of sculptor and new-media artist Lincoln Schatz is “an evolving video portrait of the most influential people of the coming decades.” Below is Samantha Power’s video portrait

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Join Mia Farrow for the Darfur Olympics

Please see the note below from Mia Farrow: Dear Friends, I am currently visiting the Darfur region for the tenth time since 2004. On this trip, I will once again listen to people tell me their stories and again they will plead for protection. Yet again I will promise them that I will tell the […]

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Lopez Lomong named U.S. flag bearer for Opening Ceremonies

Just one day after Save Darfur named Lopez Lomong its August Darfur Hero and Olympic gold medalist Joey Cheek’s visa was revoked by China, U.S. Olympic team captains selected Lopez as the flag bearer for the Opening Ceremonies. Lomong – who spent 10 years in a refugee camp in Kenya after fleeing South Sudan – […]

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When Will China Stop Supporting Genocide?

Posted on behalf of Congressman Jim McGovern (MA), Co-Chair of the Congressional Human Rights Caucus. As millions of people around the world get ready to tune in and watch the Olympics in Beijing, they are probably unaware that their TVs likely share a common trait with the weapons used to kill up to 400,000 people […]

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