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A cease-fire was agreed to in May, but it was broken in a matter of hours, and the situation remains extremely fragile. Shortly after war broke out, the New York–based Paul, a member of the Nuer tribe, founded the group We Are Nilotic, referring to the South Sudanese as all one people "of the Nile." Using social media, photo exhibits, and film, she is bringing together women from the nation's estimated 64 tribes to promote peace and end ethnic rivalries.MARIE CLAIRE: What motivated you to start We Are Nilotic?NYKHOR PAUL: Seeing the fighting on the news was heartbreaking because it brought back memories of my childhood. I was mostly worried about my brother, who had left the camp to find a job in South Sudan's capital, Juba.I lived in a refugee camp for three years, so I know what it is like to have no food and no security, and to feel like you could die at any moment. I was working at the couture shows in February when I got a call from a relative saying he had been shot and killed while trying to run away from the fighting. I was devastated but realized I had to try to help others facing the same appalling dangers. NP: I reached out to other South Sudanese women I knew and said to them, "We must do something to save our country." I felt that if we joined together as sisters from all the different tribes, maybe that could help bring an end to the feuding. NP: It's the same as when I was a child—civilians are caught in the middle.Disclaimer: Porncos is a index engine focused on free porn tube clips.
Sisters devoted to the cause, including many from New York, provide human trafficking awareness training for businesses in host cities ahead of the event each year and hold special daily prayers from January 11, Human Trafficking Awareness Day, to February 8, the feast day of a historical human trafficking survivor – Saint Josephine Bakhita, the only known patron saint of Sudan.
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