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Khalid Gerais

Human Rights Activist and Representative

Nubia Project

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Nubia Project

Sudan

Company Description

Nubia Project is a non-profit organization formed on October, 17, 2008 in Washington DC to advocate for the protection of Nubian culture and heritage and campaign against damming Nubia and its valuable antiquities which belong to the international heritage and...more

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www.voicesforsudan.org

Khalid Gerais is a human rights activist and a board member of Voices for Sudan.
Mr. Gerais is a strong Advocate for the marginalized people of Sudan and a co-founder of the Nubia Project, a coalition partner of Voices for Sudan. As a founding member of the Kushite Nubian Rally, he has given a number of lectures on Kush heritage and participated in many advocacy activities on Sudanese issues. In particular, he has been an advocate for the protection of the Nubian people, and for the preservation of their land, culture, and language. Gerais has lectured about Nubian culture and heritage at Johns Hopkins University, Howard University, Virginia Union University, Virginia Common Wealth University and several churches. As part of Voices for Sudan, Mr. Gerais has participated in many activities related to the marginalized people of Sudan in the south, Darfur, Nuba Mountains, Blue Nile, Beja, and Nubia in the far north of Sudan. He has also participated in and attended many events at the U.S. State Department, U.S. Congress, Hudson Institute, and several community centers.


actforsudan.org [cached]

Khalid Gerais, Human Rights Activist and Representative of Nubia Project


www.enoughproject.org [cached]

"We're here to protest the Kenyan government allowing the dictator Bashir to go safely into Kenya and return back home," said Khalid Gerais, a member of the Nubia Project.
"We are here with our friends, the Americans, to protest this action for all Sudan, from north to south, east to west, for the whole country." Despite being a signatory to the Rome Statute, which established the International Criminal Court, Kenyan officials did not arrest Bashir when he arrived on Friday to participate in a ceremony for Kenya's new constitution.


www.enoughproject.org [cached]

"We're here to protest the Kenyan government allowing the dictator Bashir to go safely into Kenya and return back home," said Khalid Gerais, a member of the Nubia Project.
"We are here with our friends, the Americans, to protest this action for all Sudan, from north to south, east to west, for the whole country." Despite being a signatory to the Rome Statute, which established the International Criminal Court, Kenyan officials did not arrest Bashir when he arrived on Friday to participate in a ceremony for Kenya's new constitution.


www.enoughproject.org [cached]

"We're here to protest the Kenyan government allowing the dictator Bashir to go safely into Kenya and return back home," said Khalid Gerais, a member of the Nubia Project.
"We are here with our friends, the Americans, to protest this action for all Sudan, from north to south, east to west, for the whole country." Despite being a signatory to the Rome Statute, which established the International Criminal Court, Kenyan officials did not arrest Bashir when he arrived on Friday to participate in a ceremony for Kenya's new constitution.


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