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

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PHOTO LINKS

Images of Sudan are hard to find on the internet and elsewhere. This page hosts numerous links to sites that provide images of Sudan and the Sudanese resettlement experience. SORA encourages the exploration of these sites as a simple introduction to the circumstances from which people in the Diaspora depart.

Please be respectful of the intellectual property in these images and ask permission from the author of these sites before use of the images is made elsewhere.

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The 1905-1907 Professor Breasted's expeditions to Egypt and the Sudan: a photographic study - (Go direct to website)
These 1,055 photographs were taken by Professor James Henry Breasted and his colleagues on two reconnaissance trips to Nubia during 1905-1907. On his second trip, in October of 1906, Breasted tavelled along the Upper Nile into northern Sudan from Cairo. The photographs have a very strong historical and colonial focus.



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