One man’s battle to save Sudan

New York Times columnist Nicolas Kristof tells the compelling story of Ryan Boyette, a 30-year old American who chose to bear witness to the atrocities in Sudan while many others fled the war-ravaged nation. Armed with little more than a solar-powered laptop and a satellite phone, he stayed behind to document and then transmit images of genocide and eyewitness interviews to the anti-genocide organization, the Enough Project and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.

Read more of Kristof’s account of Boyette’s one-man war against genocide.

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