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Where mercy fails : Darfur's struggle to survive

Author: Chris Herlinger; Paul Jeffrey, (Missionary)
Publisher: New York : Seabury Books, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An incisive work of photo-journalism with trenchant essays that illumines the plight of displaced persons in the Darfu region of Sudan. The authors take readers inside the camps via personal narratives and through compelling images. The work also provides a context for understanding the tragedy and describes a framework for how people of faith are responding to the crisis."--P. [4] of cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Herlinger; Paul Jeffrey, (Missionary)
ISBN: 9781596271029 1596271027
OCLC Number: 291192960
Description: xii, 150 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Foreword / by Desmond Tutu --
Introduction / by Paul Jeffrey and Chris Herlinger --
A cry from Darfur --
A tinderbox of war and dread --
Sounding the alarm --
Calling the faithful --
Facing the future --
Hoping against hope --
Afterword: Photographing in Darfur / by Paul Jeffrey.
Responsibility: text by Chris Herlinger ; photographs and afterword by Paul Jeffrey.

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This new work provides a graphic and literal context for understanding the current tragedy in Darfur and describes a framework for how people of faith are responding to the crisis.  Read more...

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