Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge

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Like all histories, the history of Sudan is controversial and unsettled. Sudan has undergone multiple colonisations from the Turks, the Egyptians and the British and more recently many coups d'etat. This page provides a forum to share research about the history that has led to the formation and growth of the Sudanese Diaspora.


Sudanese Singing 1908-1958 (website)
Wars in Sudan (website)
Justice Africa (website)
Short history of Sudan from Wikipedia online encyclopedia (webpage)
Essay: A history of political domination in South Sudan, by Riek Machar (webpage)
Critique of the Sudanese slave trade (webpage)
Sudan Tribune Document Archive (website)
Abyei Boundaries Commission Report, a summary by Dr. Francis M. Deng (website)
Essay: Using Sudan as a case study, did the state fail in the Third World? If so, why? by Sam Rodgers
Considering the environmental situation in Sudan, were the famines of the 1980's inevitable? By Maja Graham
Sudanic Africa: A Journal of Historical Sources (website)

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