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 […]
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 […]
I’ve been resisting writing this blog. I’ve started it a few times, but each time my hands touch the keyboard, I get nothing. It has really been a struggle for me, this process of figuring out what to say. What does one write about when it comes to Darfur? What could I possibly say that […]
Tell President Obama to use his next term to engage personally in Sudan policy and change course from his Administration’s current approach.
Almost every Armenian I have met tells me, “Genocide is in my blood.” And I see this in the constant work of In His Shoes and through the annual Genocide Awareness Week organized by UC San Diego’s Armenian Student group. Not only do these groups work to raise awareness about the genocide committed against their […]
SGN staff update you on important developments from Sudan and around the world as the #SudanRevolts protests go viral.
The Collectif Urgence Darfour have created this short video and new petition to Ban Ki-Moon at www.stopbechir.com. To sign the petition look for “Etats Unis” under country. Please watch it, and share it!
This is a personal response from Kathleen Scott, SGN team member since 2007, to Jeffrey’s Gettleman’s A Taste of Hope Sends Refugees Back to Darfur. After following the situation in Darfur for many years, I found this article a rollercoaster of joy that crash-landed for me at a horrible realization. The article and statements like […]
Stop Genocide Now has the amazing opportunity to speak on a one-on-one basis with many survivors of the Darfur genocide. In the many visits to the refugee camps, countless people have come up to us to tell their stories, their opinions, and their experience of what it means to survive one of the most horrific […]
The world is allowing Bashir to continue bombing with antanovs. Nuba are hiding in caves and an entire population is on the brink of starvation.