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Darfur: twenty years of war and genocide in Sudan by
Call Number: DT159.6 .D27 D37 2008X (Gumberg 1st floor)
The situation in the Darfur region of the Sudan is grave and the international community has failed to take steps to protect civilians or to influence the Sudanese government to intervene. In answer to this injustice, Amnesty International, the Holocaust Museum of Houston and Proof: Media for Social Justice have partnered to create Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan.
The Translator: a tribesman's memoir of Darfur by
Call Number: DT159.6 .D27 H38 2008 (Gumberg 3rd Floor)
The young life of Daoud Hari–his friends call him David–has been one of bravery and mesmerizing adventure. The Translator is a suspenseful, harrowing, and deeply moving memoir of how one person has made a difference in the world, an on-the-ground account of one of the biggest stories of our time: the brutal genocide under way in Darfur.
Darfur: a 21st century genocide by
Call Number: DT159.6 .D27 P7813 2008 (Gumberg 3rd floor)
Darfur: A 21st Century Genocide explains what lies behind the conflict in Western Sudan, how it came about, why it is should not be oversimplified, and why it is so relevant to the future of Africa. As the world watches, governments decide if, when, and how to intervene, and international organizations struggle to distribute aid, Gérard Prunier's book provides crucial assistance.
Darfur: a short history of a long war by
Call Number: DT157.673 .F58 2005 (Gumberg 3rd floor)
This book details the history of Darfur, its conflicts, and the designs on the region by the governments in Khartoum and Tripoli. It investigates the identity of the infamous "Janjawiid" militia and the nature of the insurrection, charts the unfolding crisis and the international response, and concludes by asking what the future holds in store.