Musical Groups Big & Rich and O.A.R. to Appear at “Save Darfur Now: Voices to End Genocide” Rally in New York City’s Central Park on September 17

Musical Groups Big & Rich and O.A.R. to Appear at “Save Darfur Now: Voices to End Genocide” Rally in New York City’s Central Park on September 17 Washington, DC – Multi-platinum, award-winning duo Big & Rich and popular rock group O.A.R. will appear at “Save Darfur Now: Voices to End Genocide” in New York City on […]

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Darfuri and Sudanese Groups Call for UN Peacekeeping Force

Call for UN forces counters Sudanese President Bashir’s effort  to stall UN Security Council action on draft resolution WASHINGTON, DC – A coalition of Darfuri ex-pat community groups from the U.S. today sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan calling for the deployment of a strong UN peacekeeping force to protect their friends and relatives […]

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Save Darfur Coalition Applauds UN Security Council Resolution

Coalition Calls for Immediate Authorization and Deployment of  Strong UN Peacekeeping Force for Darfur Washington, D.C. –  The Save Darfur Coalition today applauded the efforts of a coalition of United Nations Security Council members working to provide protection for the innocent victims in Darfur, Sudan. The United Kingdom introduced a Security Council resolution last night, […]

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Senators Frist and Clinton Sign One Millionth Postcard Urging President Bush to Advocate Multinational Peacekeeping Force to Stop Darfur Genocide

Senators Frist and Clinton Sign One Millionth Postcard Urging President Bush to Advocate Multinational Peacekeeping Force to Stop Darfur Genocide Coalition Calls for Presidential Special Envoy to Sudan Washington, DC – Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D. (R-TN) and Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) today joined other Members of Congress in signing the 1,000,000th postcard to President […]

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Save Darfur Coalition Responds to Sudanese President’s Inaccurate Assertions

Save Darfur Coalition Responds to Sudanese President’s Inaccurate Assertions President Bashir’s comments a clear effort to prolong genocide in Darfur Washington, DC –– The Save Darfur Coalition today responded to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s assertions regarding a United Nations peacekeeping force in Darfur. Bashir was quoted claiming he would not accept a “colonial” UN peacekeeping force […]

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