- 09/25/2012Posted by:
- 07/20/2012Posted by:Visitor
Vija Lietuvninkas writes about her experiences organizing a workshop on "Perceptions of Genocide." Vija is a rising junior at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania majoring in Peace, Development, and Gender Studies.
- 07/11/2012Posted by:
Jessica Pham, STAND's Media Coordinator, attended Sunday's "We Choose Peace" rally in Washington, D.C. The rally was a chance for Sudanese, South Sudanese, and advocates to come together to celebrate the independence of South Sudan and to reaffirm a commitment to choosing peace in Sudan and South Sudan.
The event featured dancing, singing, live music, speeches, and a vote. With two large ballot boxes on the stage, attendees were able to vote for either "War" or "Peace." Can you guess which one won? Read on to find out in STAND's first ever Storify!
- 11/09/2011Posted by:
By Hannah Finnie, Advocacy Training Coordinator. Originally posted at the Emory University Center for Ethics. Cross-posted with permission from the author.
Hannah & Phillips Academy STAND in Washington, DC for the Summit
- 09/22/2011Posted by:
Testimony of Tom Andrews at Congressional Hearing on Sudan
- 08/16/2011Posted by:
An outSTANDing day on the Hill: STAND Camp Lobby Day
By Advocacy Coordinator Maria Thomson