Category Archives: Activism

Cold-blooded Mass Murder in the Nuba Mountains

More proof. What is the U.S. waiting for? Contact Sudan Special Envoy Princeton Lyman and tell him you know the truth about what is happening despite the Administration’s moral equivalence and moral equivocation. Contact Congress and ask them what they … Continue reading

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Nuba Mountains American Advocacy Group Endorses Efforts of Saturday’s Rally

THE NUBA MOUNTAINS AMERICAN ADVOCACY GROUP 6941 ALDEN CT BATON ROUGE, LA 70806 DEAR GAFAR, AMIN, & THE MAJOR SUDANESE RALLY ORGANIZERS: IT IS OUR PLEASURE AS THE NUBA MOUNTAINS AMERICAN ADVOCACY GROUP TO WRITE THIS LETTER OF SUPPORT TO … Continue reading

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Sudanese Diaspora and Peace Advocates to Stage a Demonstration in Washington DC

Rally in DC on Saturday, June 4 for Sudan’s Victims of Khartoum Jihad: Sudanese Diaspora and Peace Advocates to Stage a Demonstration in Washington DC Date: Saturday, June 4, 2011, 1:00 PM Location: Freedom Plaza  The people of South Kordofan/Nuba … Continue reading

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Peace in Sudan is a Global Security Concern

An open letter and petition of the Nuba Mountains Advocacy Group to President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Members of the U.S. Congress, and International leaders, June 4, 2011. The Sudanese Diaspora in the United States is grateful … Continue reading

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Canadian Activists Post an Open Letter to P.M. Harper on Sudan Crisis

From Mel Middleton, Executive Director, Freedom Quest International Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 10:36 PM Subject: Open Letter to PM Harper on Crisis in Sudan The Right Honourable Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada Ottawa, Ontario Dear Mr. Harper, Re: … Continue reading

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IRD says: Support Sudan’s Marginalized People Groups

Reposted from The IRD, June 3, 2011 (www.theird.org) June 3, 2011 Contact: Jeff Walton 202-682-4131, 202-413-5639 cell “Khartoum has already demonstrated its intentions to violate human rights and break the covenants that it had made.” – Faith J.H. McDonnell, IRD … Continue reading

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Raising a Cry for the Threatened Beja People of Eastern Sudan by Faith J. H. McDonnell

Originally published at The Institute on Religion and Democracy After this event, we learned that it was watched online with great interest, not only by Beja in Eastern Sudan, but apparently, by representatives of the National Congress Party government in … Continue reading

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Sudanese Diaspora and Peace Advocates to Stage a Demonstration in Washington DC

Rally in DC on Saturday, June 4 for Sudan’s Victims of Khartoum Jihad: Sudanese Diaspora and Peace Advocates to Stage a Demonstration in Washington DC Date: Saturday, June 4, 2011 Location: Freedom Plaza 1:00 PM The people of South Kordofan/Nuba … Continue reading

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