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Blacks MIA at Darfur Rally
by Washington Informer (reposted)
As momentum increased last Sunday with a rally to end the slaughter of civilians in Darfur, Sudan, Blacks were few and far between in a sea of White protesters on the National Mall. “Save Darfur” campaign rhetoric claims that the appeal of the movement is its assorted religious groups, its protesters from diverse socio-economic backgrounds and political affiliations—but did the average Black person get the memo?
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