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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…


Filed under Actions / January 25, 2013

Image courtesy of Operation Broken Silence Take Action! As government-sponsored genocide continues in Sudan, the German government is hosting an international conference to promote investment in Sudan on January 29, 2013 in Berlin. Outrageously, this conference places Germany squarely in the role of generating financial support for the genocidal Sudanese regime. The Sudan regime, led Read More…


Filed under Actions / September 27, 2012

Recently the United States helped to facilitate an oil agreement between Sudan and South Sudan that fails to address the ongoing atrocities committed by the regime in Khartoum against its own civilians. We would like you both to address this question: “How will you act to stop the continuing mass atrocities against civilians by the Read More…


Filed under Actions / September 23, 2012

We are asking the candidates, “What about Sudan?” We want to know what their plans are for Sudan and we are prepared to push them until their foriegn policy represents a path towards true peace for every Sudanese.


Filed under Actions / September 11, 2012

The Obama Administration is actively working to help provide financial relief for the genocidal Sudan regime. We are concerned and outraged by this development that, if implemented, has the potential to fund more atrocities by the Sudan regime.  Disturbingly, reports indicate that the State Department will help facilitate the transfer of $3 billion to the regime Read More…


Filed under Actions / August 27, 2012

Earlier this month it was announced that Sudan, led by a genocidial President wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide, was bidding for a seat on the United Nation’s Human Rights Council. The United Nation’s African group of states supports the bid and we have until November 12th Read More…


Filed under Actions / August 10, 2012

The Government of Sudan has ramped up its campaign of bombing Darfur and killing civilians. Instead of pressuring the government to stop these atrocities, President Obama’s Administration is actively working to help provide financial relief for the genocidal regime in Khartoum. Tell President Obama to uphold the spirit of U.S. sanctions against Sudan by actively Read More…


Filed under Actions, Press Releases / August 3, 2012

Susan Morgan, susan@paxcommunications.org Elizabeth Blackney, eliz@medializzy.com Tweet Crimes of Sudan Government Require Immediate and Drastic Measures to Save Lives, Say Groups NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 3, 2012 – Act for Sudan and 95 international organizations sent a letter to the United Nations Security Council, the African Union, the League of Arab States and IGAD, urging immediate Read More…