Members of the Darfuri diaspora and activists gathered at the Embassy of Chad with a giant video projection that was played on the Embassy walls.
Our very own Nietmat Ahmadi was recently featured on Omekongo Dibinga’s show, “Real Talk,” which examines issues that concern younger generations.
Yesterday, the Chadian government postponed a meeting with Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
The government of Chad is set to welcome Sudanese President Bashir into their country for the 4th time since a warrant was issued for his arrest by the ICC.
Forty-one organizations are demanding action by the UN Security Council to bring Sudanese President al-Bashir to justice for his crimes committed in Darfur.
It is time to stand up to governments who refuse to meet their obligations under international law to arrest Bashir. We owe the people of Darfur no less.
A global coalition of 98 politicians from the US, UK and Australia have signed an open letter urging the UN Security Council to take action on Sudan.
This Oscar season, we're reflecting on some other acclaimed independent documentaries; the ones that detail the brutal history of the genocide in Darfur.
Welcoming President Bashir -- a wanted war criminal -- to Chad not only sends the wrong message to the Sudanese people but to perpetrators around the world.