Waiting for Action in Sudan…Still

With the most important players sitting on the sidelines, the people in Darfur, Abyei and elsewhere have very little to be thankful for.

Keep your Eyes on Darfur

The ongoing lack of attention and the international community’s failure to respond enables Bashir to continue committing crimes. The international community cannot afford to forget about Darfur.

A View of the Future: Students Engage on Global Issues

Students at the Maine Model UN Conference blend learning and action to support justice and accountability in Sudan.

Illuminating the Beauty and Tragedy of Darfur

The “Illuminating the Beauty and Tragedy of Darfur” gallery opening featured contrasting work of Darfur’s beauty and its tragic genocide.

Twice Displaced: Young Woman from Darfur in a Nuba Refugee Camp

Having fled attacks in Darfur and South Kordofan, Seluah is stuck — her dream of teaching Darfuri orphans on hold until the violence ends.

Darfur United: From Refugee Camps to International Competition

“Now we are part of the world” said one man when Darfur United and the possibility of playing soccer at the 2012 Viva World Cup was discussed.

Students Travel to Congress to Talk about Saving Lives in Darfur

Yeshiva University student, Miriam Apter, shares her recent experience lobbying Congress on Darfur and the importance of making it personal.

Voices from Sudan: We will ‘run out of food by March’

“Most families will run out of food by March”, that was the impassioned message delivered to us by a man from Sudan’s Nuba Mountains.

Why Not Darfur?

A year later, it’s not any easier to hear stories of homes destroyed, family-members killed, and sometimes acts of torture and rape in Darfur.

United in Portland Maine — A Commitment to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond

“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 […]

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