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COME OUT AND MARCH FOR SUDAN THIS SUNDAY

20 May

An FYI VIA ENOUGH

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Don’t miss the opportunity to demonstrate for peace in Sudan this Sunday at the Hope for Darfur – Justice in Sudan march and rally in Washington, D.C. Aimed at educating the public on Sudan’s conflicts, the march begins at 1:30 p.m. behind the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and ends with a rally across from the White House featuring speakers from Sudan, the Sudan activist community, clergy from various denominations, and music.

Event sponsor, the Darfur Interfaith Network, is a coalition of different congregations and advocacy organizations dedicated to raising awareness of the ongoing conflict and violence in Darfur and the rest of Sudan. Learn more about the organization and its work from the activists themselves—in this blog post they contributed to Enough Said.

To learn more about the march and rally, visit www.hope4darfurmarch.org.

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Posted by on May 20, 2010 in Bookmarks

 

One response to “COME OUT AND MARCH FOR SUDAN THIS SUNDAY

  1. Stephanie Williams

    May 21, 2010 at 10:52 am

    Many people continue to ignore the struggle in Darfur. LeeAnn DeReus, a professor at Penn State and co-founder of Save Darfur: Central PA, recently traveled to Darfur and was able to hear many stories from female refugees in a camp in Chad.

    WPSU-TV is conducting a program called Conversations from Penn State. In the program, DeReus took part in an in-depth interview about her experiences in Darfur and other work she has done. I have included the link to the video as you may find it interesting.

    Please let me know if you share the video or post it. Thanks!

     

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