Category Archives: U.S. Congress Action

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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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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Rep. David Rivera (R-FL) questions Fmr. Special Envoy Richard Williamson on Darfur

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Richard Williamson, former Special Envoy to Sudan, testifies before the House Foreign Relations Committee

Richard Williamson, former Special Envoy to Sudan, testifies before the House Foreign Relations Committee

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U.S. Task Force on South Sudan asks U.S. congress to stand with the people of South Sudan

The U.S. Task Force on South Sudan has issued the following letter to the U.S. Congress: January 10, 2011 Dear Representative: The “U.S. Task Force on South Sudan” asks you to support the people of South Sudan’s referendum for independence. … Continue reading

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Ros-Lehtinen Statement on South Sudan Referendum

House Foreign Affairs Committee U.S. House of Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Chairman CONTACT: Brad Goehner or Andeliz Castillo, (202) 226-8467, January 8, 2011 Alex Cruz, (202) 225-8200 http://foreignaffairs.house.gov For IMMEDIATE Release Ros-Lehtinen Statement on South Sudan Referendum (WASHINGTON) – U.S. Rep. … Continue reading

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Simon Deng Video Walk for Freedom: Rep. Trent Franks Statement

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Congressman Trent Franks expresses support for the South Sudan Referendum

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