Help stop genocide and crimes against humanity in Sudan

Easy actions against genocide

  • Join the latest action sponsored by Act for Sudan, here.AFS_logo-small
  • Call the State Department, leave a message for the Secretary of State on the Department of State comment line.  Dial 202-647-6575 and press 8 to record your comment, any time. Suggested message:
    This is [your name] calling from [city, state] with a message for the Secretary on Sudan: The atrocities in Sudan have not ended and neither should sanctions. Please reinstate strong sanctions on Sudan and implement a comprehensive U.S. policy that focuses on civilian protection, access to humanitarian aid and democratic transformation in Sudan.
  • Contact the White House online with this suggested message:
    President Trump, the atrocities in Sudan have not ended and neither should sanctions. Please reinstate strong sanctions on Sudan and implement a comprehensive U.S. policy that focuses on civilian protection, access to humanitarian aid and democratic transformation in Sudan.

Coming events

  • 2018-06-02: Heart of Nuba, 2-4pm,  screening and panel discussion, Natick Center for the Arts, 14 Summer St., Natick. This inspiring film is about the plight of the Nuban people in Sudan, under attack by their government since 2011, and focuses on the work of Dr. Tom Catena in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Tom won the 2017 Aurora Prize and was highlighted by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in 2015. Information about the film is online at www.theheartofnuba.com. After the film, there will be a panel discussion with Q&A featuring Aymen Korika, from the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Flyer here.
  • 2018-06-10: Yom HaShoah Commemoration, “Rededication to Resiliency,” 10:30am, Faneuil Hall, Boston. Sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston and its partners. The commemoration will feature Rabbi Alan Turetz of Temple Emeth in Chestnut Hill, as well as a rededication of the Memorial in a symbolic gesture of our resilience and perseverance. RSVP requested.
  • 2018-06-19: Heart of Nuba, 7:30pm,  screening and Q&A, Natick Center for the Arts, 14 Summer St., Natick. This inspiring film is about the plight of the Nuban people in Sudan, under attack by their government since 2011, and focuses on the work of Dr. Tom Catena in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Tom won the 2017 Aurora Prize and was highlighted by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in 2015. Information about the film is online at www.theheartofnuba.com. After the film, there will be a Q&A session. Flyer here.
  • 2018-06-21: Heart of Nuba, 7:30pm,  screening and Q&A, Natick Center for the Arts, 14 Summer St., Natick. This inspiring film is about the plight of the Nuban people in Sudan, under attack by their government since 2011, and focuses on the work of Dr. Tom Catena in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Tom won the 2017 Aurora Prize and was highlighted by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in 2015. Information about the film is online at www.theheartofnuba.com. After the film, there will be a Q&A session. Flyer here.

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