Sudan’s Revolution

Protesters in front of the military headquarters during Ramadan
Protesters in front of the military headquarters during Ramadan
Volunteers cook for protesters at the Sit-In
Volunteers cook for protesters at the Sit-In

Awadiya Mahmoud: Union for the Development of Women participating in the Khartoum Sit-In

Awadiya Mahmoud hands out free tea to protesters on May 03, 2019 in Khartoum, Sudan. Awadiya started selling tea in 1983 and by 2013 she had organized 13 community groups for tea sellers and a union to organize them. The union worked together to fight police harassment, find homes for the women, and open a clinic. She says there are around 26000 women in the union. She started serving free food and tea to keep the protesters strong and is an a constant presence at the sit-in.

Neighborhood gatherings in Omdurman
Residents of Omdurman gathered in a soccer field of Abu-rof neighborhood to listen to speaches
June 30: Protesters Take To Streets To Call For End Of Military Rule

Protesters calling for a civilian government held large protests in Khartoum to commemorate those who were killed June 30, 2019 in Khartoum, Sudan. The protesters headed towards the Republican Palace but were stopped by security forces.

Security forces face off against protesters June 30, 2019 in Khartoum, Sudan. The protesters stopped in the main airport road facing off with armed forces.
Protesters Take To Streets To Call For End Of Military Rule
Protesters Take To Streets To Call For End Of Military Rule
A protesters faints from tear gas
Protesters run from the sounds of gunshots and teargas
Protesters set up barricades to prevent security forces trucks from attacking
Protesters set up barricades to prevent security forces trucks from attacking

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