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Act in August: Decisive Action for Sudan

In April, Sudan’s Omar al Bashir launched a “decisive summer” military campaign throughout Sudan’s marginalized regions. In Darfur, South Kordofan/Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile the Khartoum regime has escalated bombing attacks, rebranded and legitimized the brutal Janjaweed militias as “Rapid Support Forces” operating throughout Sudan and continued to deny humanitarian aid workers access to many […]

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Human Rights Groups Urge Change in Sudan, South Sudan Policy

i-ACT has teamed with the Enough Project, Humanity United and 75 other international human rights groups to demand the United States pursue a new approach to achieving peace in Sudan and South Sudan.   The letter, sent to Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power and National Security Advisor […]

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The Crisis in South Sudan

At SGN, we are very saddened by the situation in South Sudan and by the continuing crises involving all the marginalized people of Sudan. We became involved in this movement nine years ago after learning about Darfur, and as we learned more, we came to understand that there needed to be a comprehensive approach—an “all […]

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#SudanRevolts Live-Updates

SGN staff update you on important developments from Sudan and around the world as the #SudanRevolts protests go viral for a second time. Send us your thoughts and comments on Facebook and send us your photos of events related to the protests in Sudan. *please be aware that there are many photos circulating falsely identified as originating during the […]

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A Decade Long Genocide: Why Darfur…Again?

During Genocide Awareness Month 2011, I wrote this blog featuring our online zine, “Why Darfur…Again? 100 Reasons Why.” This past April 2013 marked a decade of genocide in Darfur and the question “Why Darfur…Again?” remains just as relevant. Darfur and Sudan are far from front page headlines. Recently the Government of Sudan denied 20 visa […]

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Obama’s Stained Legacy

Mr. Obama said that genocide is “a stain on our souls” and promised that “as a president of the United States I don’t intend to abandon people or turn a blind eye to slaughter.”

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In Honor of UN Peace Keepers Day

Yesterday was the International Day for UN Peace Keepers. A day designated for honoring the 65 years of service and sacrifice of UN Peace Keepers serving in missions around the world. Missions that seek to bring stability to conflict zones, give protection to civilian populations, and pave the way for transitions to peace and prosperity; […]

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Healing Hearts

I write this blog about Darfur to my three children, Boston 6, Capri 3 and Cayman 2. My desire is that through my writing, they can know me, know the world and learn how they can achieve anything in order to change it. To the reader, I hope by giving you a transparent look into […]

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Everyone Deserves Comfort

I write this blog about Darfur to my three children, Boston 6, Capri 3 and Cayman 2. My desire is that through my writing, they can know me, know the world and learn how they can achieve anything in order to change it. To the reader, I hope by giving you a transparent look into […]

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The Indifference of the World

I write this blog about Darfur to my three children, Boston 6, Capri 3 and Cayman 2. My desire is that through my writing they can know me, know the world and learn how they can achieve anything anything in order to change it. To the reader, I hope by giving you a transparent look […]