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There’s a lot of Chrome buzz. . .

Originally posted on Markers in a Writing Life:
…as the Belmont Stakes at Pimlico Race Course, last leg in the Triple Crown, approaches. The rivalry between the West Coast racing establishment and the East Coast thoroughbred industry ratchets up another…

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Ayuel Leek Deng, a South Sudanese of the Diaspora, is guest author. He gives his inside thoughts of the state of his beloved South Sudan, now that war has again broken out—this time the government fighting off an attempted coup. … Continue reading

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[Note: Ayuel Leek Deng, guest writer and one of the principal characters in Courageous Journey, recently returned to the United States after his first trip to South Sudan since it became a separate country from Sudan.] “Returning to South Sudan … Continue reading

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Activists Show Solidarity with the People of Sudan

In the wake of escalating violence in Sudan and South Sudan over the past two weeks, activists came together in New York City, Washington DC and on Facebook to urge President Obama and Congress to immediately impose further sanctions on … Continue reading

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Sudan and South Sudan on the Brink of Another Civil War

Recently I received this email from Beny Ngor Chol, one of the subjects of Courageous Journey. It serves here as an introduction to the tragic events now occurring in the disputes over sharing oil revenue and defining the border between … Continue reading

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Article Spotlights “Sudan Sunrise”

This week a feature in the Christian Science Monitor magazine tells the story of the growth of Sudan Sunrise, founded by American Tom Prichard to promote religious harmony and build schools in the new nation of South Sudan. The movement … Continue reading

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