Your voice is Their voice – today they need you to stand up, stronger then ever, and tell their story. For the past month and a half, violence throughout Sudan towards Darfuris has increased significantly with Darfuris in the capitol being pulled from their homes and executed in the street or arrested and taken to […]
Category: Day 6: June 15, 2008
The team remains one more day in Abeche as heavy fighting between rebel forces and Chadian military continues through the day in Goz Beida. Bouba remains in danger at a friends house with our belongings close to the fighting and our friends in the camp are only minutes away, listening to once again, the sounds of war.
Your voice is Their voice – today they need you to stand up, stronger then ever, and tell their story.
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As Josh would say, TIA Baby.
It looks like this morning that rebels passed Goz Beida, and are on their way to N’Djamena, its even confirmed on the French-speaking African news station – the one we also watched during the coup attempt in February. There are no convoys leaving Abeche anytime soon, MINURCAT and EUFOR have suspended all transports to the […]
I was hoping that this would be my first journal where I could tell you what it felt like to be sitting down with refugees that I’ve been working to help for years. That I could finally say that Scott and I had represented the thousands of students working to bring peace to the region. […]
Another day, another day slightly stuck. Frustrating has become the word of the week, so I’ll try to refrain from using it here. And today, like basically everyday since we’ve been here, was up and down. We woke up pleasantly surprised that we were booked on a flight out to Goz Beida to finally get […]