SDC condemns ‘brutal attack’ on UNAMID

A brazen attack launched yesterday in North Darfur killed seven UNAMID peacekeepers and wounded 22, many of them critically. This is likely to be the largest assault ever on Darfur peacekeepers – a sad display of the deteriorating conditions in the region and the world’s failure to address them. According to a report by the […]

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Critical Darfur Funding Approved – More to Be Done

On June 30, President Bush signed into law H.R. 2642, the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2008. Thanks to the strong efforts of Save Darfur activists, as well as the leadership of Darfur champions within Congress and the Administration who heard their call, the bill includes over $800 million in funding within six different accounts […]

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The Impact of Divestment on the Ground in Sudan

Save Darfur. It’s a concept that sends people running to action, willing to volunteer time and money to do what it takes to save the people of Darfur from rape, murder and displacement. We have taken action, we have sent the messages to world leaders, we have raised the issue in our communities and we […]

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Jerry Fowler on CNN

The Save Darfur Coalition’s President, Jerry Fowler, was on CNN last night. We’re trying to locate the video clip, but you can read the transcript right now. JERRY FOWLER, PRESIDENT, SAVE DARFUR COALITION: I think there’s a tremendous amount of frustration, but even deeper than that it’s a disappointment. And all we can hope is […]

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Dollars for Darfur students come to Washington

It’s normal to see groups of tourists flooding Washington in the summer months. Dozens of student groups come to tour historical monuments and learn about U.S. history and government. This year, one group came to make a difference. Thirty-five students, teachers, and parents – winners of this year’s annual Dollars for Darfur National School Challenge […]

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