Over a month ago, while I was at a meeting with a group of high level volunteers in the AIUSA office in Washington DC, I received a copy of an article from the Washington Post Magazine. The article described how AIUSA partnered with the American Association for the Advancement of Science to gather satellite images of certain regions in Darfur. The images show a comparison of local villages before and after attacks by the Janjaweed. It’s shocking to see how a land of brown village huts would turn completely black after an attack. I can’t see how people can survive attacks like that. This special partnership and the images are now posted on a new website called Eyes on Darfur. Check it out.

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