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The rally's over, but there's still more work to be done. If you haven't already, text SUDAN to 30644 to receive our mobile action alerts, and sign our petition to ask your representatives to support legislation for Sudan.
Good morning! Lauren Clyne Medley, Enough Project's Online Engagement Manager, is live-blogging from the National Day of Action for Sudan in Washington, DC.
We're joining partners at United to End Genocide for a protest against the Sudanese government's actions. We're calling on the United States and world leaders to stop the violence and prevent hundreds of thousands of people from starving.
The protest is today from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m., at Sheridan Square, in front of the Sudanese Embassy.
You can follow this blog post for reports from the protest in Washington, DC, or follow us on twitter, @enoughproject.
Watch our video from the protest:
@EnoughProject: George Clooney & John Prendergast in handcuffs. Police escorting them away from the embassy. A-list civil disobedience for #Sudan!
@EnoughProject: George Clooney & John Prendergast have formed a blockade in front of the embassy to symbolize #Sudan’s blockade on humanitarian access.
@EnoughProject: Leaders united for #Sudan: George Clooney, John Prendergast, @repMcGovern, Martin Luther King Jr III, @tomandrews & @BenJealous all here.
@EnoughProject: The turn-out for the rally for #Sudan is incredible. The message is consistent: we will not let the people of Sudan die or starve.
@EnoughProject: We're here to protest the Govt. of #Sudan’s blockade on humanitarian access, ongoing violence, & starvation of civilians.
@EnoughProject: Today is the National Day of Action for #Sudan. We'll be live-tweeting from the rally for ☮ at the Sudanese embassy in D.C. Stay tuned!