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  • 1. Emily McCall
    Genocide in Sudan
    10A World Literature and Composition
    4th Period
  • 2. Genocide
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  • 3. “The soldiers beat Abraham with sticks and rifles until he surrendered his shirt…another group of djellabas beat Adut…He grabbed fistfuls of my three-inch long hair and twisted” (Dau, 54).
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  • 4. Sudan Through the Years
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  • 5. Religious Differences
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  • 6. Germany, 1933
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  • 7. Outlook for Genocide
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  • 8. July 2004—US Intervention
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  • 9. August 2006—USW Resolution
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  • 10. March 2008—IAG
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  • 11. So What?
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  • 12. A New Perspective
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  • 13. Lasting Impressions
    Original image by Emily McCall
  • 14. Work Cited
    Dau, John Bul, and Michael S Sweeney. God Grew Tired of Us. 2007. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2008. Print. This source was a memoir of John Bul Dau’s life, written by John Bul Dau. It had a lot of facts that had to do with genocide in Sudan. I knew this was a good source of information because Ms Lester and Ms Hamilton made my group read it in lit. I knew that since it was a first hand account of Dau’s journey. This helped to achieve the best information possible. It also helped me understand the topic of genocide better.
    “Mutual Funds Get Resolutions on Sudan.” Investors Against Genocide. Risk Metrics in Corporate Social Issues Reporter , 28 Mar. 2008. Web. 9 Nov. 2010. <http://www.investorsagainstgenocide.net/‌page1001140>. I used this source because i had to know about IAG and their campaign. It was interesting to me. It was confusing, but I needed it.
    Rosenberg, Jennifer. “Holocaust Facts.” About. N.p., 2010. Web. 9 Nov. 2010. <http://history1900s.about.com/‌od/‌holocaust/‌a/‌holocaustfacts.htm>. I used this source because I needed information about the Holocaust for my examples of genocide throughout the world. It seemed like a reliable source. The information seemed non-extreme nor biased. It sounded like information that I already knew.
    “Sudan.” Prejudice in the Modern World Reference Library. Vol. 4. Detroit: Gale, 2007. 5 vols. Prejudice in the Modern World Reference Library. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 22 Oct. 2010. This source provides information about the Civil War and genocide in Sudan. I first checked the site for any dates. I then realized that because it was on Gale, it was a reliable site. This source provided exactly the information I was looking for. It was clear and had facts that supported my topic.
  • 15. Work Cited
    “US House calls Darfur ‘genocide.’” Editorial. BBC News. N.p., 23 July 2004. Web. 9 Nov. 2010. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/‌2/‌hi/‌africa/‌3918765.stm>. I used this site to find out more about the Bush Involvment Plan. I knew this could be a reliable source because BBC News was a link on the pathfinder. I notied that the information was not biased.
    “USW Resolution On The Genocide In Darfur .” Civil and Human Rights. USW, 6 June 2007. Web. 9 Nov. 2010. <http://legacy.usw.org/‌usw/‌program/‌content/‌4047.php>. I used this source because I needed to know about organizations fighting against genocide. This seemed like a reliable source to me. I Google searched USW to make sure that it was real. It is.