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16-03-2005, 05:48 PM

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نداء للاستماع، نداء للمشاركة/ أصوات نسائيه من دارفور في كلية ماشسيوستس للفنون ببوسطن.


    A Call to Listen, A Call to Action: Women’s Voices from Darfur
    A Multimedia, Interactive Community Forum
    Wednesday, March 23, 2005
    Tower Auditorium
    Reception 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
    Forum 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

    You are invited to join Linda Mason, Susan Romanski, Liz Walker, and
    Gloria White-Hammond, who recently returned from the Darfur region of
    Sudan for an interactive and informative evening. The evening will focus
    on the pervasive violence currently afflicting Sudanese women and, most
    importantly, what can be done to help. This event will feature musical
    performances, a panel discussion, and audio and video recordings from
    Darfur.

    It is imperative that awareness of violence against women be raised.
    Action must be taken to ensure that violence against women in Sudan—and
    worldwide—ceases. This event promises to educate, stimulate, and offer
    avenues for activism.

    Presented by the Berklee Women’s Network, Mercy Corps, and My Sister’s
    Keeper, and hosted by Massachusetts College of Art.
    Free and open to the public.
    R.S.V.P. to Maria Resendes at [email protected] or (617) 747-2143.
    Those interested in supporting this effort may also contact Maria Resendes
    for sponsorship information.
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16-03-2005, 06:44 PM

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    Mission of Hope
    Linda Mason meets the women of Darfur and brings student music with her.

    http://www.berklee.edu/news/darfur/default.html




    Field Recordings from Darfur

    http://www.berklee.edu/news/darfur/clips.html



    Journey to Darfur
    Story aired: Friday, February 11, 2005



    In the past two years, tens of thousands of people have died in Darfur, a region of western Sudan after the Sudanese government armed Arab militias to put down a revolt. Relief agencies say millions more are in need of food and water after crops were left unattended.

    For a closer look at the situation in Darfur, Bob Oakes spoke with two Boston women who just came back from the region.

    Guests:


    Liz Walker is a television reporter for the CBS affiliate in Boston.

    Linda Mason is the founder of Bright Horizons, a child care company based in Watertown, MA.


    http://www.here-now.org/shows/2005/02/20050211_9.asp
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16-03-2005, 07:09 PM

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17-03-2005, 02:26 AM

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17-03-2005, 05:23 PM

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    العزيزة ندى،

    سلام جاك،

    وشكرا للمشاركة في هذا البوست.

    نتوقع أن يكون هذا العرض cutting edge
    سيكون العرض موسيقى وبصرى، ارجوا الاستماع إلى بعض نماذج التسجيلات في الرابط لأصوات نساء دارفور وكلماتهن، إيقاعات مع بعض الترجمة للكلمات.

    Berklee أحد أعظم كليات الموسيقى الحديثة، و linda Mason من أكثر الذين قدموا كارثة دارفور، يمكن الاستماع إلى بعض الحوارات معها في الراديو ، كذلك يمكن قراءة بعض كتاباتها عن الكارثة في الصحف
    نتوقع أن يكون الحضور ممتازا من قبل الفاعلين في قضايا العدل ومن المهتمين بكارثة دار فور، والدعوة موجهه إلى السودانيين من سأكنى منطقة بوسطن ، أتمنى أن يشاركوا في هذه الفعالية.
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17-03-2005, 06:15 PM

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    العزيز كودي

    لك التحايا وانت ما زلت
    تواصل هذا العطاء المتفرد
    لمدنا بهذه المواد القيمة.
    وابراز شكل الازمه في السودان
    بعرضك لها في كل المحافل الممكنه


    ولك التحايا ندي
    ـــــــــــ
    منعم
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17-03-2005, 07:05 PM

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    thank you ya Monem, and let us talk soon.


    Committee on Conscience
    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

    TOMORROW: Friday, March 18
    2 p.m.
    R.S.V.P. at 202-314-7868


    Darfur Eyewitness: Brian Steidle


    "Steidle and the monitors ... have persisted and become witnesses to
    systematic crimes against humanity." -- Nicholas Kristof


    Brian Steidle, a former U.S. Marine, was a member of the African Union team
    monitoring the conflict in Darfur, where he took hundreds of photographs
    documenting atrocities. Join us to learn what he witnessed in Darfur and to
    see the evidence he gathered.



    For more information, please find below Nicholas Kristof’s editorial about
    Brian Steidle.
    An American Witness to Sudan’s Systematic Killing
    By Nicholas D. Kristof
    The New York Times

    March 3, 2005 -- American soldiers are trained to shoot at the enemy.
    They`re prepared to be shot at. But what young men like Brian Steidle are
    not equipped for is witnessing a genocide but being unable to protect the
    civilians pleading for help.

    If President Bush wants to figure out whether the U.S. should stand more
    firmly against the genocide in Darfur, I suggest that he invite Mr. Steidle
    to the White House to give a briefing. Mr. Steidle, a 28-year-old former
    Marine captain, was one of just three American military advisers for the
    African Union monitoring team in Darfur - and he is bursting with
    frustration.

    "Every single day you go out to see another burned village, and more dead
    bodies," he said. "And the children - you see 6-month-old babies that have
    been shot, and 3-year-old kids with their faces smashed in with rifle
    butts. And you just have to stand there and write your reports."

    While journalists and aid workers are sharply limited in their movements in
    Darfur, Mr. Steidle and the monitors traveled around by truck and
    helicopter to investigate massacres by the Sudanese government and the
    janjaweed militia it sponsors. They have sometimes been shot at, and once
    his group was held hostage, but they have persisted and become witnesses to
    systematic crimes against humanity.

    So is it really genocide?

    "I have no doubt about that," Mr. Steidle said. "It`s a systematic
    cleansing of peoples by the Arab chiefs there. And when you talk to them,
    that`s what they tell you. They`re very blunt about it. One day we met a
    janjaweed leader and he said, `Unless you get back four camels that were
    stolen in 2003, then we`re going to go to these four villages and burn the
    villages, rape the women, kill everyone.` And they did."

    The African Union doesn`t have the troops, firepower or mandate to actually
    stop the slaughter, just to monitor it. Mr. Steidle said his single most
    frustrating moment came in December when the Sudanese government and the
    janjaweed attacked the village of Labado, which had 25,000 inhabitants. Mr.
    Steidle and his unit flew to the area in helicopters, but a Sudanese
    general refused to let them enter the village - and also refused to stop
    the attack.

    "It was extremely frustrating - seeing the village burn, hearing gunshots,
    not being able to do anything," Mr. Steidle said. "The entire village is
    now gone. It`s a big black spot on the earth."

    When Sudan`s government is preparing to send bombers or helicopter gunships
    to attack an African village, it shuts down the cellphone system so no one
    can send out warnings. Thus the international monitors know when a massacre
    is about to unfold. But there`s usually nothing they can do.

    The West, led by the Bush administration, is providing food and medical
    care that is keeping hundreds of thousands of people alive. But we`re
    managing the genocide, not halting it.

    "The world is failing Darfur," said Jan Egeland, the U.N. under secretary
    general for humanitarian affairs. "We`re only playing the humanitarian
    card, and we`re just witnessing the massacres."

    President Bush is pushing for sanctions, but European countries like France
    are disgracefully cool to the idea - and China is downright hostile,
    playing the same supportive role for the Darfur genocide that it did for
    the Khmer Rouge genocide.

    Mr. Steidle has just quit his job with the African Union, but he plans to
    continue working in Darfur to do his part to stand up to the killers. Most
    of us don`t have to go to that extreme of risking our lives in Darfur - we
    just need to get off the fence and push our government off, too.

    At one level, I blame President Bush - and, even more, the leaders of
    European, Arab and African nations - for their passivity. But if our
    leaders are acquiescing in genocide, that`s because we citizens are
    passive, too. If American voters cared about Darfur`s genocide as much as
    about, say, the Michael Jackson trial, then our political system would
    respond. One useful step would be the passage of the Darfur Accountability
    Act, to be introduced today by Senators Jon Corzine and Sam Brownback. The
    legislation calls for such desperately needed actions as expanding the
    African Union force and establishing a military no-fly zone to stop Sudan
    from bombing civilians.

    As Martin Luther King Jr. put it: "Man`s inhumanity to man is not only
    perpetrated by the vitriolic actions of those who are bad. It is also
    perpetrated by the vitiating inaction of those who are good."
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22-03-2005, 09:02 PM

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    If you are in Boston please attend tomorrow
    And thank you
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26-03-2005, 07:59 AM

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    http://upcoming.org/event/13063/



    Sudan's Crisis in Darfur
    Tuesday, March 29, 2005
    6:00 PM

    Boston Public Library, Mezzanine Conference Room
    700 Boylston St. (Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps)
    Boston, Massachusetts
    A WorldBoston event, Sudan’s Crisis in Darfur, will feature a lecture and discussion with Eric Reeves, professor from Smith College, focused on the crisis in Darfur. Reeves will speak about the current situation as well as the history behind the conflict. Further, Reeves will comment on the role of both the United States and the international community in the crisis. This event is part of the 2005 Great Decisions program series and is free and open to the public. Reservations are not required for this event. For further information, please contact WorldBoston at 617-542-8995 ext. 112 or [email protected].

    Posted by WorldBoston at 6:51 AM on February 17, 2005
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