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THE RIGHT TO BE NUBA<br>The Story of a Sudanese People's Struggle for Survival<p>By Suleiman Musa Rahhal: The International Nuba Coordination Centre
 

THE RIGHT TO BE NUBA
The Story of a Sudanese People's Struggle for Survival

By Suleiman Musa Rahhal: The International Nuba Coordination Centre

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This book is designed to highlight the predicament of the Nuba people and their struggle in the face of genocidal human rights abuses and blockade by the government's forces. It contains contributions by prominent Nuba scholars, activists and leaders, and articles and photographs by some of the outsiders who have worked with the Nuba people, beginning with the famous British photographer, George Rodger, in the 1940s and including some of those who have supported the Nuba struggle in the present day.

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