Kensington, Brooklyn home to Darfur immigrants

April 9, 2010

As the voting in Sudan begins, the more than 300 Darfur immigrants gather to protest the incumbent president, according to the New York Times.

Within this community of immigrants, there are huge weddings, family meals, 13-hour days of driving cabs or doing hard labor.

Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the incumbent president, has been indicted on crimes against humanity for the bloodshed in Darfur.

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