Genocide Again: Darfur
The documentary focuses on an activist, humanitarian aid worker, student leader, and survivor. Interviews highlight the work of Mark Hanis, executive director and founder of the Genocide Intervention Network, a non-governmental organization supporting civilian protection programs in Darfur and directing the Sudan Divestment Task Force; a humanitarian aid officer working in Africa, which operates refugee camps in Darfur; Anna Donnelly, past president of STAND, a university-based student anti-genocide coalition; and Augustino Ting Mayai, a lost boy of Sudan and director of a non-profit providing health and sanitation in Sudan. Footage from Darfur refugee camps was provided by Gabriel Stauring and Katie-Jay Scott of Stop Genocide Now, a California-based organization that sponsors the interactive exhibit Camp Darfur.
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