Answers to your top questions regarding our recent trip to South Sudan, including what you can do about the humanitarian crisis in Sudan.
Having fled attacks in Darfur and South Kordofan, Seluah is stuck — her dream of teaching Darfuri orphans on hold until the violence ends.
Hamad is an educator and whether in the Nuba Mountains or in a refugee camp in South Sudan, he will continue to carry out his calling.
When I first arrive somewhere, Mende from the Nuba Mountains tells me, my first question is, where do I hide if they start bombing?.
“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.
Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir’s regime is repeating the tragedy we witnessed in Cambodia in the 1970’s.
“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 […]
Congressman Michael Capuano (D-MA) has been joined by the co-chairs of the Sudan Caucus in writing a bipartisan letter to President Obama. The letter urges Obama to adopt a new approach on Sudan. Urge Your Representative to Sign-on The letter will be open for additional signatures until November 18, 2011 and all members of the […]
[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 […]
Director of Policy and Government Relations for United to End Genocide, Daniel Sullivan, testified yesterday in a hearing before Members of Congress on the increasingly dire situation in Sudan. The hearing titled “First Hand Accounts of Violence and IDP/Refugee Problem in South Sudan’s Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile regions”, was held by the Tom Lantos […]
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