On our last day of i-ACT for now, we want to encourage you to stay CONNECTED through the Stop Genocide Now forum! Post and discuss the latest news, spread your ideas and Darfur Guerrilla Actions so others can join from where they are, and keep the voices of our friends in the camps alive. Darfur […]
Category: Day 10: Aug 10, 2008
On this last day of i-ACT, Gabriel and Katie-Jay reminds us of the friends we’ve met at Camp Oure Cassoni. Keep the activism alive, and help them go home to a peaceful Darfur.
Read more below about our last action, and don’t forget to submit your entries to the i-ACTivist challenge!
Download this profile to print Mahamat Future Athlete Camp Oure Cassoni Nationality: Sudanese Mahamat’s story is one of thousands of Darfuri children. Unless we act to return him to his home, and, as his mother says, keep a fire under Bashir, he will never know another place but the run down schools and fields of […]
Games and life
The exhaustion of Oure Cassoni has caught to me. Now in Abeche, I slept almost the entire day, and slept well through the night last night. I have the privilege of retreating to another town closer to an established culture, closer to a market that sells bread and cheese, and where a restaurant will serve […]
Able to go back home
Bahai and Oure Cassoni are surreal places. As we ride full speed on our Toyotas across the desert, seeing rebels racing next to us, it seems like I am in a movie. The harshness of the environment quickly dissolves any illusion. I was thirsty every minute I was out there, even though I always had […]