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Current Action:

  • Expel Sudan’s Former NISS Director from the U.S. #ExpelAtta - Given the terror and destruction associated with Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), we are shocked the U.S. would issue a visa to Mohammed Atta al-Moula, the former Director of NISS, and accept Atta as Sudan’s top diplomatgy in Washington, DC. Atta’s presence in the U.S. is not only an affront to the victims Read More...

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We will send you urgent actions to be taken on Facebook, Twitter, and occasionally other social media outlets as the need arises.

During our first social media campaign, our efforts received a direct “tag” and response from Congressman Howard Berman, generated almost 5900 page views, and reached 95,902 people.

Join this List and help us make our future social media campaigns even more successful.

 


 

Past Actions:

  • #SudanTerrorIsTerror - At a recent conference, Act for Sudan’s co-founder, Eric Cohen, shared Lessons and Challenges from the Genocide in Sudan  My group, the Massachusetts Coalition to Save Darfur, like the Pittsburgh group and many other groups around the country have been activists for Sudan for many years. Together, Sudan activism in the US has helped a great Read More...
  • Don’t Lift Sanctions, Don’t Embolden the #SudaneseGenocidaires - Ibrahim Ghandour, the Foreign Minister of Sudan, will be in Washington, D.C., this Thursday and Friday to attempt to seal the deal on lifting U.S. sanctions on Sudan.
  • #SmartSudan Policy - The United States is in need of a Sudan policy that effectively supports the people of Sudan in their efforts to establish a viable state that is no longer a breeding ground for terrorism and is no longer plagued by genocide, mass atrocities, forced displacement, human rights abuses, and gross mismanagement of the country and Read More...
  • Stand with Sudan: #JusticeNow – A Virtual Action - As you know, Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. March 4th marks the 7th anniversary of the ICC issuing the first arrest warrant for al-Bashir. This anniversary arrives while government-led violence against ethnic-African civilians has been increasing and worsening, and delivery of Read More...
  • #JusticeNow: Rally for Sudan - Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. March 4th marks the 7th anniversary of the ICC issuing the first arrest warrant for al-Bashir. To commemorate this anniversary, Sudanese and American friends will hold a rally in New York City near the United Nations, Read More...
  • Stand with Diaspora: Extend Sanctions for Sudan - There is a petition on “We the People” with over 30,000 signatures asking for the lifting of the US sanctions against Sudan. Sudanese diaspora believe that the Government of Sudan is behind the campaign and want to fight back. They created their own counter-petition and we must hep amplify their voices. ACT NOW: SIGN THE Read More...
  • Cyber attack against Eric Reeves will not be tolerated - Please sign this important letter that will go to President Obama and James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, to notify them of the recent cyber attack against our friend, Professor Eric Reeves. Let them know we will not accept this intimidation as we continue to raise awareness of the genocides and mass atrocities that Read More...
  • Sudan’s War Criminals Don’t Belong At The National Prayer Breakfast - As a senior official within the government of Sudan, Mr. Karti, along with many other Sudanese officials, has played a direct role in Sudanese government war crimes for many years. His resume includes an extended stint as coordinator and leader of Popular Defense Forces (PDF), who were responsible for widespread abuses in southern Sudan during Read More...
  • Darfur Under Fire: Call President Obama - Darfur remains under attack by the Government of Sudan. Aerial bombings followed by ground attacks on civilians, their livestock and other means of livelihood have resulted in at least 20,000 newly displaced people in the first few days of 2015. These attacks resemble those of 2003-2004. The media, U.S. government and international community remain silent Read More...
  • Add your Voice: No Impunity for Rape - 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...

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