Save Darfur Coalition Brings Together Houses of Worship, Groups and Organizations of all Faiths Dec. 8-10 in a “Call to Your Conscience” for the Safety and Protection of Darfur Washington, D.C., – More than 1,300 faith-activists, houses of worship and faith-based organizations throughout the United States have requested the Save Darfur Coalition a “Call to Your […]
Coalition Also Calls for Concrete Action in Darfur Following African Union Summit WASHINGTON, DC – The Save Darfur Coalition today echoed Chadian President Idriss Deby’s call for a United Nations peacekeeping force in eastern Chad, where the deadly conflict in Darfur, Sudan has swept across the border that separates the two African nations. “Tens of thousands […]
Leading Advocates Return from Chad to Report on Broadening Violence; Coalition Releases New Exclusive Footage of Conditions David Rubenstein, Actress Mia Farrow and Ambassador Lawrence Rossin Report on Continuing Atrocities After Visiting Refugee Camps in Chad Washington, D.C., – The Save Darfur Coalition convened an expert panel here on Tuesday to share recent on-the-ground experiences of […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Save Darfur Coalition today announces the launch of Dollars for Darfur, an innovative new national challenge spearheaded by two high school students in Western Massachusetts. Dollars for Darfur, the brain-child of high school students Nick Anderson and Ana Slavin, will use social networking websites to organize a nationwide fundraising competition among high schools. By […]
Save Darfur Coalition Urges Bi-Partisan Cooperation to End Genocide in Darfur WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Save Darfur Coalition was pleased to learn that President George W. Bush and House Speaker-to-be Nancy Pelosi Thursday in the Oval Office discussed at length the crisis in Sudan’s violence-wracked Darfur region. The Coalition has called on Bush, Pelosi and the leadership of both […]
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