• Petitioned The Next President of the United States

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The Next President of the United States

Create a New U.S. Foreign Policy Towards Sudan

    1. Operation Broken Silence
    2. Petition by

      Operation Broken Silence

      Cordova, TN

The United States of America was once a key leader among the world’s nations in bringing peace to Sudan. Since 2006 that leadership has faltered and failed. The next President of the United States will have to work hard to reverse years worth of neglect concerning foreign policy towards Sudan. The marginalized peoples of Sudan, Sudanese/American citizens, and US activists have long called for a US foreign policy that embraces civilian protection, pushes for justice for perpetrators and supports the democratic pulses that continue to spread amongst Sudanese. The current US foreign policy does not tackle any of these asks; in fact, it openly states that the current genocidal regime should remain in power.

 

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    • Y K MEMPHIS, TN
      • over 1 year ago

      Because they are my people. My brothers and sisters in Christ.

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    • Melissa Wiltschut ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
      • over 1 year ago

      because i want the war to stop

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    • Thelma Dalamba SALEM, UNITED STATES
      • over 1 year ago

      Peace on earh and goodwill among nations. All life is precious and MUST be save at all cost.

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    • Nancy Dawod SPRINGFIELD, OR
      • over 1 year ago

      We promised the world, NEVER AGAIN, and yet our brothers and sisters in Sudan are suffering terrible atrocities. We have the ability to stop the torturing, killings and rapes if our government will make it a priority to protect them.

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    • Mary Dawn Edwards PITTSBURGH, PA
      • over 1 year ago

      This situation has persisted far too long!

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