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Sudan’s Military Is Killing Pro-Democracy Protesters. Trump Doesn’t Care — but We Should.

WorldNews Thursday, 20 June 2019
Sudan’s Military Is Killing Pro-Democracy Protesters. Trump Doesn’t Care — but We Should.A group of Sudanese women protest against the military junta in Khartoum, Sudan, on April 26, 2019. Photo: Fredrik Lerneryd/Getty Images It was 43 years ago, almost to this very day, that at least 176 civil rights protesters, most of them young students, were slaughtered in Soweto during a brutal massacre by the white supremacist government of South Africa. That was the single deadliest day of the apartheid regime. When my family and I lived in South Africa in 2014, we quickly learned that June 16 is still a national day of mourning there. It’s called Youth Day, and it is literally a federal holiday. In Sudan, June 3, 2019 will now be that day. Earlier this month, at least 100 young civil...
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