Tens Of Thousands Rally Against Former Ruling Party In Sudan

By Khalid Abdelaziz, Reuters.com -

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Sudanese demonstrated in Khartoum and other cities on Monday to call for the former ruling party to be dissolved and for ex-officials to be put on trial. [...]

“We Are In The Next Phase Of The Struggle”

By Gabriel Moyssen, Eluniversal.com.mx -

The negotiations between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition in Sudan—interrupted after the crackdown on protests in Khartoum on June 3—will resume towards the [...]

The Victories – And Continuing Struggles – Of Women In Sudan

By Nada Mustafa Ali, Theconversation.com -

One of the most popular images from Sudan’s protests that led to the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir is that of Alaa Salah – a young, female university student. The image of her speaking to a crowd [...]

Sudan’s Protesters Find New Tactics For Civil Disobedience

By Kaamil Ahmed, Middle East Eye. -

Build the barricades, then run. The message from protest leaders to the young Sudanese on the streets of the capital has been consistent ahead of Sunday's call to began a comprehensive campaign [...]

Call For Solidarity With The Rebellious People Of Sudan

By Black Autonomy Network, It's Going Down -

Since the middle of December last year there has been an ongoing revolt in Sudan. This outbreak of rebellion a continuation of earlier struggles against the regime of Omar al-Bashir. In April, [...]

Sudan Protesters Demand ‘Immediate’ Civilian Rule

By Jay Deshmukh and Abdelmoneim Abu Idris Ali, News.yahoo.com -

Khartoum (AFP) - Sudanese protesters on Sunday demanded the country's military rulers "immediately" hand power over to a civilian government that should then bring ousted leader Omar al-Bashir to [...]

Repression Strengthens Mass Movement Aiming To Topple Sudan’s Dictator

By Phil Wilmot, Wagingnonviolence.org -

Doctors, pharmacists, engineers, teachers, physicians, lawyers — in just about any country such professionals are among the privileged class. But in Sudan, they are not much better off than blue [...]

The Sudan Uprising: “This Is A People’s Revolution”

By Mohammed Elnaiem, Roarmag.org -

If a hospital is not a sanctuary for an injured person, what is? And what level of hatred, what kind of viciousness can be satisfied by the attempt to ensure that a protester die twice? On [...]

Three Major Famines On Earth. Where Are They?

By Jack Healey, www.alternet.org -

By Jack Healey for Huffington Post - To be an American in the world today is to be a citizen of a country rapidly losing its place as a global leader in foreign aid, foreign assistance and even [...]

Newsletter: The Problem Isn’t Trump, It’s Bigger

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. The awakening of mass protests against Donald Trump’s executive orders and appointments could become a real movement, but it must [...]

Collapse Of America’s Great African Experiment

By Nick Turse, www.tomdispatch.com -

On return from his recent reporting trip to Africa, Nick Turse told me the following tale, which catches something of the nature of our battered world. At a hotel bar in Juba, the capital of [...]

Sudan’s Popular Protest Ignored By International Community

By Dalia Haj-Omar, opendemocracy.net -

When news of renewed protests in Sudan started to spread in late September, many in the community of activists who were part of the summer protests of June/July 2012 (dubbed the Sudan Revolts) [...]