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Author: Haley Donovan

Washington D.C. Rally Calls for Action to End Violence Across Sudan

It has been seven years, almost to the day, when the United States declared the situation in Darfur a genocide. Yet today Sudan and South Sudan remain in profound turmoil. Crimes against humanity and violence continue to be prevalent throughout Darfur, as well as in the disputed border regions of Abyei and South Kordofan. On a recent Saturday, members of the Sudanese diaspora, activists, and supporters gathered across the street from the White House in Washington, D.C., for a rally to bring attention to this seven-year mark and to the continued violence throughout Sudan ...

New Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan Raises Its Flag

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“South Sudan Oyee!! South Sudan Oyee!” The joyful call and response of cheers for the world’s newest nation filled the entire Washington, D.C., street last Saturday morning. Members of the South Sudan community and diaspora gathered in front of the new Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan for a morning full of dancing, clapping, singing, and widespread embraces to welcome their new nation ...