Sending donations to Darfur

posted by Brenna Cussen on July 14th, 2006

If you would like to raise money directly for St.
Joseph’s Church (and the good work they are doing) in
Nyala, Darfur, please email me at

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Kids that go to the school the church provides. Photos by Brenna Cussen, December 2004.

Me and Fr. Denima, who helped start a women’s economic
cooperative at the church. December, 2004.

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  1. On July 15, 2006 at 08:53 Mike Benedetti said:

    Here’s an article about Catholic Worker Peace Team member Chris Doucot’s recent talk on Darfrur at Worcester’s Mass. College of Pharmacy.

  2. On July 16, 2006 at 02:36 Adam (Southern California) said:

    What’s with this?
    “There are 300 tribes, with people considered either Arab or African.”

    Um, do they mean “Arab or Black?” I think Arabs whose ancestors have lived in North Africa for centuries would be surprised to learn they’re not African.

  3. On July 16, 2006 at 09:57 Mike Benedetti said:

    He meant “Arab or African.” Apparently some of the folks identify as Arabs, and others as Africans. Looking at photos of them, you’d be hard-pressed to guess who is who. My light reading about the region has left me mostly confused about the ethnic situation.

  4. On July 16, 2006 at 14:31 Adam (Southern California) said:

    Really? That’s pretty weird.

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