Genocide Archive

Thanks to George Clooney and Enough Project, another situation in Africa (besides Joseph Kony) is being highlighted. Actually, it probably wouldn’t be getting attention, except Clooney and some others got themselves arrested, protesting outside of the Sudanese Embassy. Way to get attention, Mr. Celebrity. You all remember Sudan’s Darfur, right? You know, there were a […]

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Sudan Splits: A Current Event

Posted July 9, 2011 By Elisa

The Current Event: Today, July 9th, 2011, has been a big day for some of those in North Africa. Today Sudan officially has divided into two different nations. After a long standing civil war between the mostly Islamic North and the Christian/Animistic South, this past year the South voted to secede from Sudan to become […]

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Global Prayer Day for Burma 2010

Posted March 14, 2010 By Elisa

I believe I might have written about Burma, before. Although my rumpled Spanish might seem like a clue that I have a thing for South & Central America, my heart is full for Asia. Considering Burma, (politically referred to as Myanmar, though not international recognized as such), there are a lot of human rights abuses […]

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Global Prayer Day for Burma

Posted March 8, 2009 By Elisa

What’s Going on In Burma? Officially Myanmar, the country of Burma is nestled between Thailand, India, China, and the ocean. The current government is a military dictatorship which will not relent to the people’s democracy, keeping the rightful leader of the country under house arrest. The U.S., along with other countries, do not officially recognize […]

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