13 January 2008 We just landed in Europe, after the first big jump, with a few more jumps ahead of us before we get to the refugee camps in Eastern Chad. Everything is so expensive here at the Paris airport! My diet-soda, one of my last ones before being diet-soda-less for three weeks in Chad, […]
Category: i-ACT 4: Jan 19 – 28, 2008
Gabriel, Katie-Jay, Joshua and Jeremiah are still in the capital. They were in the hotel while the rebels were attacking the presidential palace and the hotel was caught in the cross fire. They are now evacuated to the French military base. Amidst the chaos they’ve been uploading blog posts and videos. Watch them here »
Charles De Galle, aeroport de Paris
13 January 08 One step closer to N’DJamena, and one step closer to meeting friends face to face who I have met through my teammates. I am eager to see for myself what the capital looks like, and hear the sounds of a city that, like the East and Darfur, has been in turmoil for […]
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Stop Genocide Now team members gather this week in Los Angeles to prepare for our fourth trip to the camps and my first trip into a conflict region. Our time is spent following up with UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) contacts, checking satellite connections, charging video cameras and, for me, learning an entirely […]
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