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Stand up for Refugees of Darfur’s Forgotten Genocide

Stand up for Refugees of Darfur’s Forgotten Genocide

 

The UNSC and Darfur: A Test of the World’s Conscience

By Alexander Ciccone

The Rule of Law in South Africa: Undoing Mandela’s Dream

by Alexander Ciccone

The Odious Guest and Citizen-led Accountability: Will South Africa Pass the Test?

By Alexander Ciccone 

The Odious Guest and Citizen-led Accountability: Will South Africa Pass the Test? The prospect of yesterday’s freedom fighter becoming today’s accomplice is dismaying for a country with such a revered history of fighting injustice.

 

Castleton in Performance

 

Become an Advocate for Change in Darfur: Join the Rapid Response Network

Raise your hand if you bought a green “Save Darfur” magnetic ribbon for your car.  What about a Save Darfur shirt or rubber bracelet?  How many articles about the genocide in Darfur did you share in 2007 compared to how many you share today?

JOIN OUR RAPID RESPONSE NETWORK AND BECOME A VOICE FOR THE PEOPLE OF DARFUR!

JOIN OUR RAPID RESPONSE NETWORK AND BECOME A VOICE FOR THE PEOPLE OF DARFUR!

The Armenian Genocide, the Khartoum Regime, and the National Prayer Breakfast

The Armenian Genocide, the Khartoum Regime, and the National Prayer Breakfast | 4 February 2015

Eric Reeves

The "National Prayer Breakfast"—a sixty-two year tradition in Washington, held annually on the first Friday in February—will this year commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Bringing together a wide range of guests from all fifty states and more than 100 countries, the event is hosted by the U.S. Congress and is designed to facilitate engagement between various social and religious groups. This year President Obama and the Dalai Lama are headline guests.