A year after fighting began in South Sudan, peace is elusive. But this man sees hope in forgiveness, in the Diaspora and in the world’s ability to act.
It is more than a decade since the genocide in Darfur began, yet the quest for justice has hardly begun.
What you need to know: 50,000 people have been killed, 1.9 million people have been forced from their homes and the threat of widespread famine looms.
How do you make high school students in North Carolina care about a conflict occurring in South Sudan? Memes.
Amb. Booth's speech may have lived up to the “major address” billing but it now needs to be followed up by action for the people of Sudan and South Sudan.
Ten months after fighting first broke out, the world is finally moving on South Sudan. But will it be enough?
For those in Sudan and South Sudan still suffering from violence and displacement, The Good Lie shows how humanity at its best can make a difference.
Brandon Stanton's photos remind us that we are all humans and inspire us to care, help and act to stop mass atrocities and genocide.
Each day that passes without a political solution is a day closer to famine in South Sudan. Calls for sanctions by Rep. Ed Royce, is the right next step.
Meeting with South Sudan's President, Kerry underscored the urgency of the crisis but ignored the government's role in some of the atrocities committed and in limiting humanitarian access.