SUDAN WATCH: Gloria White-Hammond calls for aid to Darfur women

Monday, February 20, 2006

Gloria White-Hammond calls for aid to Darfur women

"The black community needs to assert itself politically and demand increased humanitarian aid for genocide victims in Darfur," the Rev Dr Gloria White-Hammond, a Boston pediatrician active in Sudan and chair of the Million Voices for Darfur campaign, said yesterday. Wholeheartedly, I agree with her, and when she says:
"I believe the tipping point will come from people of African descent. I want it to be said that we did for the African people today what was not done for us 400 years ago.
Wish I could find a woman of Arabian descent saying the same thing on behalf of Arabian folk, especially women and children.

Note, Sudan means "land of the blacks" in Arabic, and for centuries black Africans were abducted in Sudan as part of the Arabian slave trade. Read more about slavery in Sudan and find out how you can help...

Gloria White-Hammond

Photo: Rev Dr Gloria White-Hammond (Courtesy

My Sister's Keeper is a human rights initiative in Sudan founded by Gloria White- Hammond and Liz Walker.

Further reading:

Jul 4 2004 Jim Moore's Journal The Failure to Respond (Harvard panel and discussion)

Dec 26 2004 Jim Moore's Intention, Darfur, Sudan - If we look long-term at what we would hope for Sudan, it is that information, dialogue, constructive relationships would thrive among its citizens and those of the rest of the world.

Jun 30 2005 PoTP Speaker paints vivid picture of Sudan horror

PeaceWomen contacts Sudan.


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