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Filed under Actions / November 20, 2014

On November 1, 2014, residents of Tabit, Darfur, Sudan reported the mass rape of women and girls in the town by hundreds of Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) soldiers from a nearby garrison. Since then, the Government of Sudan has repeatedly denied access to UNAMID personnel to investigate and has intimidated victims and witnesses; UNAMID has Read More…


Filed under Actions / August 5, 2014

In Darfur, South Kordofan/Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile the Khartoum regime has escalated bombing attacks, including bombing the only hospital in the Nuba Mountains. The government of Sudan unleashed a new deadlier version of the brutal Janjaweed militias, now named “Rapid Support Forces,” heavily armed, in uniform, flying the national flag, and with an official Read More…


Filed under Actions / June 26, 2014

Photo by Nuba Reports On June 17, 2014 Act for Sudan and 77 other international human rights groups joined together to call for a fresh approach to U.S. policy on the war-torn countries of Sudan and South Sudan. The wars in both Sudan and South Sudan are escalating and cross-border conflict connections between the two Read More…


Filed under Actions / April 1, 2014

I Stand with Abdulrahman April is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month. It is a time for remembrance and reflection. More importantly, it is a time for action to save lives now. You can act to end genocide, by standing with Abdulrahman, a survivor of genocide in Darfur. Please act and invite your community to do Read More…


Filed under Actions / September 23, 2013

This week, the international community has been appalled to learn that Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, indicted by the International Court for genocide and crimes against humanity, has requested a visa to enter the U.S. next week for UN General Assembly meetings. Clearly, Bashir belongs at the Hague facing trial, not at the UN General Assembly Read More…


Filed under Actions / July 29, 2013

In 2007, Mr. Obama said that genocide is “a stain on our souls” and promised that “as a president of the United States I don’t intend to abandon people or turn a blind eye to slaughter.” Yet today, more than four years into his presidency, President Obama continues to oversee a disastrous approach to the Read More…


Filed under Actions / May 31, 2013

Join One Million Bones Founder and TED Fellow Naomi Natale, Actress Robin Wright, Holocaust Survivor Eva Kor, former UN official and Special Rep. to Aegis Trust Dr. Mukesh Kapila, Humanitarian and Co-Founder of the Enough Project John Prendergast  and thousands of our fellow activists at the National Mall in Washington, DC on Saturday, June 8th – Monday, June Read More…


Filed under Actions / May 14, 2013

Ask you Member of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 1692, the Sudan Peace, Security, and Accountability Act of 2013 For decades, citizens of the United States have advocated for the people of Sudan who are victims of a violent, corrupt and racist regime.  Bombing, violence and displacement in Darfur are ongoing; protestors in Khartoum and throughout Read More…


Filed under Actions / April 30, 2013

  Update: “The United States informed the Sudanese government that its invitation to presidential assistant and vice chairman of ruling National Congress Party (NCP) Nafie Ali Nafie is on hold following Khartoum’s decision to freeze cooperation agreements with South Sudan.” – Sudan Tribune The State Department is readying the proverbial red carpet for one of Read More…


Filed under Actions / February 21, 2013

Government-sponsored genocide continues in Sudan. Innocent civilians are bombed, starved and displaced by the hundreds of thousands. For the past four years, the Obama administration has frequently expressed grave concerns, but has pursued a policy of engagement, employing conciliatory diplomacy rather than confronting the regime in Sudan with consequences for genocide and crimes against humanity. Read More…