Darfur photos were taken December 2004. Click any photo for the high-resolution original. These photos are also available in Flickr.

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Mother of 7 in Kalma IDP Camp

Mother of seven in Kalma IDP Camp (over 50,000 residents), seven miles northeast of Nyala, Darfur. She is from a village named Hattara where the Sudanese government launched a 3-day attack. Her husband was killed by a bomb. Women were raped, women and children were taken captive, and the village was burned. Bodies were left unburied as survivors escaped on foot. She and her children walked three days to reach the Kalma camp. Her 4-year-old daughter died of thirst on the way. The camp was attacked again on December 13, 2004. Two “Save the Children” workers were killed on the same day en route to Kalma, leading this organization to withdraw from the camp. Photo by Scott Schaeffer-Duffy.



Women in Dereig IDP Camp, Darfur
Women in Dereig IDP Camp, Darfur. (Brenna Cussen photo)



Typical housing

Typical housing in the Ottas IDP Camp (6,000 people), two miles north of Nyala, Darfur. This camp was attacked by 300 Sudanese police on December 19, 2004.



Children at Dereig Camp, Nyala, Darfur (Scott Schaeffer-Duffy Photo). December 2004.

Children at Dereig Camp, Nyala, Darfur.


More photos taken December 2004 at IDP camps near Nyala. Darfur photos were taken December 2004. Click any photo for the high-resolution original. You may use these photos under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license. Photos should be credited to “Scott Schaeffer-Duffy (pieandcoffee.org)“. Click a thumbnail for the high-resolution original.

Darfur photo by Brenna Cussen
Photo by Brenna Cussen.

Darfur photo by Brenna Cussen
Photo by Brenna Cussen.

Darfur photo by Brenna Cussen
Photo by Brenna Cussen.

Darfur photo by Brenna Cussen
Photo by Brenna Cussen.

Darfur photo by Brenna Cussen
Photo by Brenna Cussen.

Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
office tower, Khartoum
office tower, Khartoum
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy
Photo taken at IDP camp near Nyala, Darfur. December 2004. By Scott Schaeffer-Duffy



The defendants rejoice at being \"free to go\"
May 25: Tom Lewis, Harry Duchesne, Brian Kavanagh, Liz Fallon, Brenna Cussen, Ken Hannaford-Ricardi, and Scott Schaeffer-Duffy are happy to be outside after a day in D.C. Superior Court. Click on the photo to download a high-resolution version suitable for publication. (Mike Benedetti photo)



At Dorothy Day Catholic Worker House, the morning of Feb 2, 2005

Gathering the morning of February 2, 2005, at the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker House in Washington, D.C., prior to arriving at the Sudanese embassy. Front: Tom Lewis, Harry Duchesne, Brenna Cussen, Ken Hannaford-Ricardi, and Grace Ritter. Back: David Maher, Brian Kavanagh, Scott Schaeffer-Duffy, unidentified, Liz Fallon.



at the Sudanese embassy in Washington DC

At the Sudanese embassy in Washington, D.C., February 2, 2005. Harry Duchesne, Tom Lewis, Brenna Cussen (back row), Scott Schaeffer-Duffy.



Ken Hannaford-Ricardi arrested in Washington DC, Feb 2, 2005

Ken Hannaford-Ricardi is arrested at the Sudanese embassy in Washington, D.C., February 2, 2005.

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