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A response to Daniel Millenson: The divestment movement from Sudan still makes clear "the failures in our intellectual culture"
The divestment movement from Sudan makes clear "indication of the failures in our intellectual culture"
From rallying and letter writing, the Save Darfur movement is now taking a page from history and looking to divestment to end the atrocities in Darfur.
Don't be too surprised, but a tough attitude is the best gift you can give Darfur today.
The latest UN resolution may well be a turning point in stopping genocide. But much hinges on political will.
It's amid the U.S. government's contradictory posturing and less-than-humanitarian geopolitical motives that the activist movement addressing Darfur operates.
How about kicking UN peacekeeping up a notch? A rapid response unit is needed now more than ever.
The U.S. gets an opportunity in February to end the genocide.
A range of U.S.-based advocacy groups, such as Africa Action and Human Rights Watch, as well as the United Nations, are calling for international intervention to stop “ethnic cleansing” in western Sudan.
At the heart of the debate is the question of whether progressives believe that U.S. power can be used for good in Africa or elsewhere in cases of mass killings and other crimes against humanity?