From Black VoicesSudan is one of the world’s most repressive countries, but the winds of change appear to blowing — with an assist from Facebook.

Calling for peaceful political change in Sudan, a Facebook group called Youth for Change is holding the protests roiling Tunisia and Egypt as examples of how people power can bring change to powerful autocratic governments.

Thus far, Youth for Change messages have stressed that their demonstrations won’t involve acts of sabotage. But how long will the youth remain patient, especially if the government gets a little heavy-handed in its response to the protests?

New York Times report said that one protester was killed and thousands of young Sudanese have been beaten and arrested in recent weeks. The protests appear to be well organized and have ranged from a few dozen to several hundred people in cities across the large nation.

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  • liz

    n yes i am aware that there is currently an African union…but that ish could be better..I’m just saying

  • Alexandra

    Younger genereations across the world are becoming more aware.
    So I guess the revolution timeline was correct? So many more protests are to come.