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Mia Farrow's Darfur Exhibit ,Denver

Darfur Exhibit at the Democratic convention week August 2008, has Danica Anderson talking with Dinka Tribesmen relating how the media focus is only on Darfur and not South Sudan

Tall and thin, the Dinka people are the elaborated changing character of social memory arguing profoundly against any static or rigid understanding of any memorial work. Feeling dismayed at not having the South Sudan situation held in the focus of media, the Dinka tribesmen relate to Danica their decisions, developments, allegiances and antagonisms of being in the states while their families languish in war ridden societies.


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