Blog Posts in Livelihoods

Posted by Sarah Goomar on Jun 17, 2013
Sudanese newspapers vendors in Khartoum.

The Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Services, or NISS, confiscated over 10 major newspapers in Sudan in May of 2012, banned 13 journalists from operation, and identified several prohibited topics of discussion.

Posted by Lexi Britton on Jun 15, 2013

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Posted by Guest Contributor on May 30, 2013
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On April 25, Oregon’s One Million Bones, or OMB, group hosted an installation at Portland State University of nearly 9,500 clay bones to remember victims of past genocides and support genocide prevention. 

Posted by Lexi Britton on May 24, 2013
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Posted by Guest Contributor on May 23, 2013
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Right now, in 2013, it has been ten years since the tragedy occurring in Darfur started. In 2003, the Sudanese government began supporting militia groups called the Janjaweed (“Devil on Horseback” in Arabic) to terrorize villages in Darfur because of their ethnicity and with goals of acquiring land and resources. These actions have been widely recognized as genocide.