Global Activism for Darfur- Interview: Gloria White-Hammond, DPDO Board Member – Co-pastor of Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Boston as well as a pediatrician at Boston South End Community Health Center, Gloria White-Hammond returns to Voices on Genocide Prevention. Having recently returned from Southern Sudan, she discusses the fragile humanitarian situation in the South as well as some of her new initiatives for Darfur such as “Judgment on Genocide,” a citizen tribunal that put Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on trial, a Global Day for Darfur and a conference of Sudanese women. 7 December 2006
Growing up in Darfur- Interview: Omer Ismail, co-founder of the Darfur Peace and Development organization, and native Darfurian speaks with Jerry Fowler about the social and cultural factors surrounding the conflict in Darfur. Omer highlights the move from a tolerant society to one with a high level of violence centered on group identity, the effects of global warming, and the role of the Sudanese government. 10 May 2007
Genocides New and Old- Source: New York Times Lydia Polgreen reports that Darfur, Sudan, could become the next Congo, with its seemingly endless crises and bloodshed.
Voices on Genocide Prevention- Source: US Holocaust Memorial Museum, 10 August 2006 Interview: Award winning actress and UNICEF ambassador, Mia Farrow, and her son and UNICEF youth spokesperson, Ronan Farrow, speak about their first hand accounts of the Darfur refugee camps. They describe the ceaseless struggle of the refugees that they met on their trips to Darfur in November 2004 and this past June, and they express fear of refugee settlements becoming permanent.
Senator Burack Obama- Source: Obama.senate.gov, 15 February 2006 Senator Burack Obama speaks about the situation in Darfur
Experts Discuss the Sudan Crisis- Source: NPR, Fresh Air, 18 May 2006 Journalist Nicholas Kristof and Sudan expert John Prendergast talk about the continuing crisis in the Sudanese region of Darfur in Africa. Kristof recently won the Pulitzer prize for his New York Times commentary on Darfur. Prendergast is special adviser to the president of the International Crisis Group. He has 20 years of experience resolving conflict in Africa, and shaping U.S. foreign policy toward the region. Prendergast has traveled with celebrities Angelina Jolie and Don Cheadle, with whom he is now co-authoring a book about Darfur.
Tricky Darfur Peace Key to Regional Stability- Source: NPR, 15 May 2006 Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick speaks with Renee Montagne about his role negotiating peace in the Darfur region of Sudan. He says the process requires negotiators to work through a complicated tangle of rebel loyalties and mistrust. He says that peace in Sudan is essential for stability in sub-Saharan Africa.
Darfur- Source: The Diane Rehm Show, NPR, 17 March 2006 Top U.S. officials are calling for immediate action to end the three-year-old crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan. Diane and her guests talk about why the situation is especially fragile right now, and what can be done to keep the crisis from getting much worse.
Grassroots Efforts in Darfur- Source: Voice of America, 24 June 2004
Connecting to Sudan- Source: North Carolina Public Radio- The State of Things Aired: 9 March 2006