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Ask Ambassador Samantha Power to Act to Stop a Problem from Hell in Darfur

Tweet Action .@AmbassadorPower: after 6 years with @BarackObama administration, is #Darfur better off or still a #ProblemFromHell? Facebook Action Before you post this message to your Facebook page, please “like” the pages of both Ambassador Samantha Power and The White House. Cut and paste the message below. Retype “Ambassador Samantha Power” and “The White […]

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Ambassador Power: What will you do to support justice in Darfur?

Darfur Justice from stopgenocidenow on Vimeo. On Friday, December 12th, 2014, International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, informed the UN Council she would be stopping the investigation into genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity in Darfur. She cited lack of action by the UN Security Council and the international community in pursuing arrests […]

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Ask the U.S. Government to double down on diplomacy for Sudan and South Sudan

Photo provided by Nuba Reports The wars in both Sudan and South Sudan are escalating, and cross-border conflict connections between the two are deepening. Sudan is experiencing unprecedented levels of violence and clashes still persist in neighboring South Sudan, despite an agreement to “end the conflict.” Ask Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Ambassador to […]

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On World Refugee Day: Think and Act Darfur

As Darfur is experiencing a dramatic spike in violence on the tenth anniversary of the crisis, Susan Rice and Samantha Power have been appointed National Security Adviser and Ambassador to the United Nations respectively.  In their new positions, they will have the unique opportunity to directly impact the U.S. and world’s response to the dire […]

Day 7: June 21, 2009

What will it take?

The team here on the ground has been wracking its collective brain with a simple question, how do we get people to care?  I know, it’s not simple at all.  So, we make it more manageable and ask, how do we get enough people to care just enough? Care just a little? And from caring, […]

Issue 3: Nov 2007

Hopes, Dreams, and Thanks

A few days from now, we will be celebrating Thanks Giving here in the US. Two years ago, I spent Thanks Giving visiting refugee camps in Eastern Chad. One thing that amazed me then and during my two visits since to the camps is how grateful the refugees are for what they have. After having […]