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What’s wrong with this picture?
This is a personal response from Kathleen Scott, SGN team member since 2007, to Jeffrey’s Gettleman’s A Taste of Hope [...]
Message from Darfur Refugee Leader, Urging Continuous Pressure
Hello my friend How are you ? I get your messages. Thank you all of you for your best efforts [...]
Why SGN/i-ACT? And more importantly, why Darfur?
If the second question has yet to be answered for you, I’d suggest reading the beautiful and moving words and [...]
Lines and Shapes: Stories and Numbers We Have Heard
Droopy-lidded, hand fitted with my daily oolong tea, I stare at the whirlwind of text swirling on my computer screen, [...]
What is the Result of the US Review on its Sudan Policy?
Nicole Slezak 7 September 2009 The Obama Administration, with US Brigadier General Scott Gration as the Special Envoy to Sudan, [...]
As U.N. General Downplays Crisis, Enough Project and Sudan Now Allies Stress Urgency For Obama Administration
Citing the 3 million Darfuris suffering in camps, group says Agwai “misses the big picture” in declaring end to crisis [...]
Connecting on the Personal Level
“Humanity Before Politics” was one of the first moving i-ACT statements that caught my eye when I looked at a [...]
Oregon is i-ACTing
The Oregon Community has been quiet; however, strategic and present. There are many independent groups working, still very much committed [...]
Thirst and Dehydration
Fluids enter the body by mouth but they exit in several ways: urination, sweating, breathing and absorption or elimination by [...]
Hunger, Malnutrition and Starvation
This, from dedicated i-ACT follower Carole who has a medical background, will help us all understand the effects of what [...]