“The Beauty of Darfur and the Horror of Genocide” is the name of the exhibit created by Falmouth and Yarmouth High School student artists who exhibited their incredibly moving work as part of Portland, Maine’s First Friday Art Walk on November 4th. I was just one of hundreds of people were so impressed by these […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzukNVgXQyI[/youtube] Four hundred advocates, supporters and friends of United to End Genocide and the STAND student network converged on Washington, D.C. this weekend for the End Genocide Action Summit. It was an incredible gathering overflowing with information and inspiration. It was impossible to be there and not be moved. Right now, many of these advocates […]
The architect of the genocide in Darfur, Omar al-Bashir, is at it again – attacking the people of South Kordofan. During my recent trip to Sudan, I heard stories about families being systematically slaughtered, churches being burned and entire villages cut off from supplies of food, water, and medicine. An Anglican priest from the Nuba […]
In April 2009, the San Francisco Bay Area Darfur Coalition with two partners initiated lobbying efforts to have the California State Legislature pass a resolution to commemorate April as Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month in California. In April 2010, their efforts were successful as the California State Legislature passed Assembly Concurrent Resolution 144 proclaiming April […]
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