Category Archives: Africa

Darfur Now Animoto

Have you been visiting The Blurb for posts about the current Genocide in Darfur? If not then check out a website which has a game on the Genocide, It shows how the average day of how someone living in Darfur. … Continue reading

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Final Reflections on Darfur. . .

Recently, the Blurb Nation spent a bunch of time participating in an amazing global effort led by kids and designed to raise attention to the genocide occurring in Darfur.  That project culminated last week, with a “comment-fest” on the Many … Continue reading

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Is Peace a Prayer?

As a part of our ongoing efforts with Mr. Mayo’s class to raise awareness about the genocide occurring in Darfur, the Writing Lunatic put this piece together:  Hatred and war crawls through the seams of history forming tsunamis of terror … Continue reading

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Darfur is Dying. . .

All of these current events about Darfur are remarkably sad and I realized that me and the Wicked Awesome Nacho Hotdogs have not done anything about it! So this is something for Darfur that shows the two things the Hot … Continue reading

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Saving Darfur One Comment at a Time. . .

The Papercraft boys are back again…but this isn’t about evil snowmen.  Instead, it is about evil Arabs. Word on the street is that Omar Hasan Ahmad al-Bashir is leading a genocide against the Black Africains of Darfur. If you poke … Continue reading

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Opening the Door to Darfur. . .

As a part of our recent efforts to raise awareness on the genocide occurring in Darfur, we’ve written an open letter to the President of Sudan and created our own pledge to fight against Genocide. We’re also working on a … Continue reading

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Aren’t We All a Little Selfish?

In our recent efforts to help Mr. Mayo’s class raise awareness about the genocide occurring in Darfur, we’ve run into an interesting idea that we can’t quite come to resolution about:  Just what responsibility does the US have to the … Continue reading

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