With nearly 4 million people at risk of starving to death in South Sudan as a result of war, South Sudanese activist Simon Deng is now on day 14 of a hunger strike aimed at getting President Obama to increase pressure for peace in South Sudan.

“It is as if South Sudan was an infant left to fend for itself. While we [The United States] were present and active for the whole process leading up to the birth, afterwards we turned away, washed our hands, and moved on.” Hear Simon’s message for the President and all of us:

Join Simon and add your voice for those calling on President Obama to take action for the people of South Sudan.



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