Sudan Speaks

A few weeks ago, I visited what used to be the largest country in Africa – Sudan. Inspite of the travel advisories and the pleas from loved ones not to go to the country, I flew into the capital of Sudan, Khartoum. This trip was immensely important to me because the mere mention of the name Sudan conjured images of suffering and oppression. I entered the country and found a nation filled with people with kind hearts and resilient spirits.

About a week after I left, the Sudanese people who generally avoid confrontation with its repressive government took to the streets. On the surface it seemed as if they were demonstrating against newly released austerity measures, but their message was deeper than that… The video attached is the first of a three part series which features the candid views of young, patriotic Sudanese.


2 thoughts on “Sudan Speaks

  1. I hardly create comments, however i did some searching and wound up here Sudan
    Speaks – Ammazing Series. And I do have some questions for you if it’s allright. Is it only me or does it look like a few of the remarks look like left by brain dead individuals? :-P And, if you are posting at other places, I’d like to
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