A photographer and a blogger El Marco has interviewed Sudanese Diaspora leaders, including the AASG’s Associates Francis Bok and Simon Deng, about their views on President Obama’s Sudan policy. Here are some experts from the […]
This article originally appeared in The Washington Post By Michael GersonApril 2, 2010 ROUM ROL, SOUTH SUDAN For those used to seeing the faces of slaves in Civil War-era tintypes — staring at the camera […]
The AASG’s Associate Francis Bok has criticized Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, the leader the controversial project to build an Islamic center close to Ground Zero, for his views on Sudan – stay tuned for more […]
This article originally apearred on CNN World Former Sudan slave, others marching to D.C. in support of homeland September 15, 2010 By Marcia Biggs A former Sudanese slave began walking from New York to Washington […]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIca_ZyNlRk October 7, 2010 – Dr. Charles Jacobs, a co-founder and President of the American Anti-Slavery Group speaks at 2010 Sudan Freedom Walk rally in Washington DC.
October 7, 2010 Sudanese Americans and their supporters gathered on the front lawn of the Capitol in Washington DC to rally for democracy and freedom from genocide and slavery in Sudan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaVjNU08DFAThe rally is a […]
“Sudan’s Extermination of Christians” By Heather Robinson This article was first published by the Center for Security Policy August 27, 2009 As a child, American human rights activist Simon Deng survived brutal enslavement by Islamists […]
By Heather Robinson This article originally appeared in The Huffington Post October 8, 2010 Escaped slave and human rights champion Simon Deng arrived in Washington D.C. today, leading a group of several dozen determined activists […]