Darfur Campaign

Activists expect tens of thousands of marchers to converge on Washington this weekend for rallies aimed at halting the violence in Sudan's Darfur region. Organizers of the 'Save Darfur Coalition' are calling it "the first-ever grass-roots movement aimed at stopping an ongoing genocide." One of its aims is to bring together African American and Jewish voices on the issue.

Click the listen link to hear Delores Handy-Brown's conversation with Nancy Kaufman, the executive director of the Jewish community relations council of greater Boston, Rev. Gloria White-Hammond, the national chairwoman of the million voices for Darfur campaign. She's also a pediatrician and a minister at Bethel AME Church in Jamaica plain.

This program aired on April 28, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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