Sudan Massacre

16 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

In our series of letters from African journalists, Zeinab Mohammed Salih describes what life is like without the internet for Sudan’s revolutionaries. Many Sudanese are still in shock after the crackdown by security forces who brutally broke up the crowds at the sit-in outside the military headquarters on 3 June. The opposition says more than […]

16 Jun 19
The Body Linguist

How have world powers played a part in Sudan's massacres? Read Ayin's report on the Arab Gulf's role in Sudan – https://t.co/30uQtjKDNg#SudanMassacres #SudanMassacre #Sudan_Internet_Blackout #SudanUprising #IAmTheSudanRevolution#BlueForSudan pic.twitter.com/IGrwtgPkfZ — Ayin network – شبكة عاين (@AyinSudan) June 12, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/ladyniasan

16 Jun 19
Sana

I The world’s evils are too gigantic, they tell me. You are too small. And that is how I feel on most days.     II Step outside the comfort of your home and you will see It that infamous evil they talk about, everywhere. Step inside the comfort of your home and you will […]

16 Jun 19
abhinav pancholi

    Doctors – Lifesavers, caregivers, healers, fire-fighters, putative Gods, member of petty bourgeoisie or labour aristocracy.   Doctors do not represent an organised vote bank. They cannot sway public opinion. They cannot bring about revolutions or topple governments. If this is how less you think of Doctors, it is time to read about Sudan. […]

16 Jun 19
Black Heart Label Blog

Sudan is in crisis. Since the 3rd June, over 120 people have been murdered and hundreds arrested, detained, raped and beaten by Sudanese Security forces. Rapid Support Forces patrol the once peaceful Khartoum with guns, arresting or shooting anyone who is deemed to be a threat. How did this happen? After President Omar al-Bashir was […]

16 Jun 19
News One

Sudanese death — and, in general, African and Black deaths — is rarely cause for international recognition because so much of the world sees genocide in Africa as a natural topographical occurrence like a Seattle rainstorm or a Florida hurricane.

16 Jun 19
Somali_ish

Assalam Aleikum lovelies, I know it’s been a while since I was last here (in the blogosphere). I have been busy with life , I bet you know how it is. But alhamdhulilah all is good. I have always stayed away from all things violence, for some reason I have never been one to publicly […]

16 Jun 19
ResearchBuzz: Firehose

The Daily Dot: Social media is helping raise awareness about massacres in Sudan . “The African country of Sudan is in the middle of a revolution, and social media is playing a part in raising awareness and calling for change.”

16 Jun 19
Thoughts of an Untangled Mind

This is a personal opinion based article about three major incidents going on right now around the world. No hard feelings for anyone here. Just simple, straightforward opinions about the issues.

16 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Saudi social media users are trying to turn social media green “for Saudi Arabia”. The campaign comes a little over a week after Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms became awash with the same dark shade of blue in solidarity with Sudan. That particular shade was chosen to honour the memory of Mohammed […]

16 Jun 19
Newsy Today

In the face of the popular protest movement that has set Sudan on fire for several months, the army and paramilitary militia responded with violence and repression. Thursday, June 3, in Khartoum, the clashes have already made a hundred deaths. Since then, abuses have continued throughout the country. In western Sudan, in the Darfur region, […]

15 Jun 19

My reason for visiting Kosovo was not particularly noble – it would be the last of the 7 countries that made up the former Yugoslavia to check off – and I was curious since most of what I knew about the country (more about its status later) came from biased Serbian guides and negative YouTube […]

15 Jun 19
Dina's Blog

By Dina Nazari Rape, murder and other acts of extreme violence are only some of the things scattered on the internet when you type ‘Sudan’ into a search engine. On top of this, the nationwide internet blackout ordered by military leaders in Sudan has resulted in celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Bella Hadid and George […]

15 Jun 19
Glamour Crystals

As we are all aware or most of us is that there is a massacre happening in Sudan right now. As some of us have been seeing celebrities such as Cardi B and Demi Lovato as well as ordinary people posting an image of the shade of blue. The reason for this is for people […]