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Author: Gitanjali Prasad

Death Toll Mounts in Northern Sri Lanka

The only hospital in northern Sri Lanka’s war zone came under fire again today, leaving at least 15 people dead, according to multiple news reports. A Red Cross worker also died during recent shelling. As fighting has intensified in recent days, the Red Cross, the only international aid agency operating in the area, said it has struggled to reach the government declared ‘no fire’ zone; its last mission to deliver food and medical supplies and to evacuate some of the wounded and sick took place on Saturday. The weekend marked the start of one of the deadliest periods since the ...

Learning for Change

Learning for Change
If you are a student or teacher interested in joining the anti-genocide movement by learning more about Darfur in your school, we are happy to let you know that Enough is partnering with Facing History and Ourselves – a great organization that creates resources for students and teachers on civic responsibility and tolerance in an effort to end human rights violations – to create lesson plans on ending the genocide in Darfur. These materials give students a practical window into activism and what they can help do in response to the crisis in Darfur. The primary accompanying resources for the ...