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Author: Nada ElSayed

Sudan Tribune Op-ed: Sudanese recreate the spirit of the first revolution in Sudan

Sudan Tribune Op-ed: Sudanese recreate the spirit of the first revolution in Sudan
It seems as though Sudan’s peaceful protest movement, which took on a more subdued tone after the state security forces’ mass detentions and shoot-to-kill policies, has been lost in translation as well ...
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Sudan is Revolting, Why Isn’t Anyone Listening?

Sudan is Revolting, Why Isn't Anyone Listening?
Despite mass protests against austerity measures in Sudan in recent weeks – leaving about 210 protesters dead and over 2000 arrested and detained – the international community, including the United States, has been far too silent ...
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Youth Activism Rises Along With Flood Waters in Sudan

Youth Activism Rises Along With Flood Waters in Sudan
In the past few weeks, heavy rainfall in Sudan has resulted in flooding in many areas of Khartoum and across the northern part of the country ...
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The Search for the Sudan of the Youth

The Search for the Sudan of the Youth
Against the backdrop of conflict, wars, and a jaded population in Sudan, emerges a new wave of activism. Two YouTube videos released this past month, take us on a journey to the youth’s envisioned “Sudan” or “Homeland.” ...
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