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Tell Congress: Pass the Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act!

Senators need to hear from you, their constituents, so they know you value this humanitarian issue.

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Restore 2100 Calories

Darfuri refugees in eastern Chad are experiencing severe cuts in food rations. Of the World Food Program minimum standard of 2,100 calories per person, per day, they now only receive approximately 800 calories. In the extreme conditions that exist in this region, it is not possible for the refugees to make up the difference to […]

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Obama’s Trip to Africa: Help End the Culture of Impunity in South Sudan

This action was originally posted by Enough Project President Obama will embark on an historic trip to Kenya and Ethiopia in late July 2015, providing a unique opportunity for the United States to secure regional support for pressuring the warring parties to make the necessary concessions for peace. By ending the culture of impunity that surrounds this […]

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Ask Ambassador Samantha Power to Act to Stop a Problem from Hell in Darfur

Tweet Action .@AmbassadorPower: after 6 years with @BarackObama administration, is #Darfur better off or still a #ProblemFromHell? Facebook Action Before you post this message to your Facebook page, please “like” the pages of both Ambassador Samantha Power and The White House. Cut and paste the message below. Retype “Ambassador Samantha Power” and “The White […]

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The Crisis in South Sudan

At SGN, we are very saddened by the situation in South Sudan and by the continuing crises involving all the marginalized people of Sudan. We became involved in this movement nine years ago after learning about Darfur, and as we learned more, we came to understand that there needed to be a comprehensive approach—an “all […]

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It is Happening Again: Tell Power and Rice to Act to Protect Civilians in Darfur

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Adam’s Messages from Darfur

Adam is a Darfuri teacher who lived as a refugee in Chad for almost ten years. He decided to go back to Darfur, despite the recent increase in violence and chaos. He is somewhere inside Darfur with his wife and nine children. Adam is sending regular text messages from Darfur, sharing his thoughts, common—and sometimes […]

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Obama’s Stained Legacy

Mr. Obama said that genocide is “a stain on our souls” and promised that “as a president of the United States I don’t intend to abandon people or turn a blind eye to slaughter.”

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On World Refugee Day: Think and Act Darfur

As Darfur is experiencing a dramatic spike in violence on the tenth anniversary of the crisis, Susan Rice and Samantha Power have been appointed National Security Adviser and Ambassador to the United Nations respectively.  In their new positions, they will have the unique opportunity to directly impact the U.S. and world’s response to the dire […]

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Guisma’s Darfur: 10 Years is Enough

During the last 10 years, Guisma went from living with her brothers and parents in their village in Darfur, to seeing two older brothers killed during the brutal attack on their home, another younger brother die during the escape to Chad, and a little sister die in the refugee camp that is now Guisma’s home. […]