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Girl Empowerment

I first met Selma in January 2008, on my very first trip to the refugee camps. She was the only girl in the Level 6 class, and she hardly spoke any English. She studied with fifteen boys, and every single one of them asked us for more education. At that time, they were studying at […]

Day 4: December 12


The genocide in Darfur has waged so long that the children who once lived there are beginning to forget their memories of home. It’s not cheap to wage such a long campaign of destruction. The government of Sudan is financially supported by companies like PetroChina, the worst of the major oil companies funding the genocide. […]