In only a few days, genocide in Darfur will have occurred for five gruesome years. Khartoum could not have done this on their own; it takes thousands of dollars to commit genocide. It could be our own money that is investing in this genocide. Today, we ask you to take a look at your own […]
The front door of the building is creaking with the wind, the donkeys are upset and hewhawing continuously and the dogs haven’t stopped barking since we got here four nights ago. But these aren’t the reasons why I am wide awake after a really long day in camps, little food and not very much sleep. […]
g’s journal for day 4 We stood at the top of the hill that holds one of the water towers at Camp Mile. On all of one side of the hill you can see nothing but camp, tent tops and mud structures. On the other side is the yellow desert with a few speckles of […]
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