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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama bow their heads during the closing prayer at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., February 3, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Commemorating or Condoning Genocide at the National Prayer Breakfast?

If representatives of Sudan’s government are allowed at the National Prayer Breakfast, any prayers for peace for the people of Darfur will surely fall on deaf ears....

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Four Atrocity Prevention Successes in 2014

Four successes show that the news is not all bad in the world of......

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Newly displaced children arriving at the Daba Nayra camp.  Photo by Mohamad Almahady, UNAMID.

Failing the People of Darfur

The only thing worse than the Obama administration's failing Sudan policy is their failure to recognize it....

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Andrews Testifies: Lantos Human Rights Hearing on Darfur

It is not too late to mitigate the suffering and counter the mounting violence and impunity in Darfur. Congress can help, but they must...

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“Madina’s Dream” Comes to the Holocaust Museum

Madina's Dream is a powerful story of the twin threats of aerial bombardment & food insecurity in Sudan and the terrifying effect on those who fail to hide....

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United to End Genocide is dedicated to preventing and ending genocide and mass atrocities worldwide by building a powerful, lasting movement of community activists, faith leaders, students, artists, investors and genocide survivors, and all those who believe we must fulfill the promise the world made following the Holocaust: “Never Again!”

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