March 28, 2020

Sudan’s New Minister of Justice

Nasredeen Abdulbari was in the Georgetown University Library, working on his doctoral dissertation, when he received a call on his phone. “You’ve been nominated to be the Minister of Justice,” the man on the other end told him. Fifteen years ago his community was decimated by a genocide that catalyzed thousands of ordinary Americans to rally to “Save Darfur.” Today he is the improbable leader of Sudan’s Ministry of Justice. With the support of the Pulitzer Center, I traveled to Sudan to profile Minister Abdulbari. Read the article here.

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