Timothy Longman is director of the African Studies Centre at Boston University and author of Commanded by the Devil: Christianity and Genocide in Rwanda (Cambridge University Press).
Michael N. Dobkowski is professor of religious studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, N.Y., and co-editor of The Coming Age of Scarcity: Preventing Mass Death and Genocide in the 21st Century (Syracuse University Press, 1998).
Stephanie Nyombayire is a representative for the Genocide Intervention Network and a Rwandan native. She worked at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania to end the crisis in Darfur. Dozens of her family members died in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Contact through United to End Genocide.
Ronan Farrow is a human rights activist, journalist, lawyer and government official. He was a UNICEF Spokesperson for Youth who worked to end the killing in Darfur.
Richard Lobban is professor and chair of anthropology at Rhode Island College. As a journalist he covered wars in Sudan. He is executive director and first president of the Sudan Studies Association.
Eric Reeves, an English professor at Smith College in Northampton, Mass., has a website recording his years of advocacy and analysis of the events in Sudan. He is a frequent op-ed writer and commentator on the subject.
Islamic Relief Worldwide based in Birmingham, U.K., provided aid to Darfur. Its U.S. branch is based in Buena Vista, Calif.
The Africa Faith and Justice Network advocates for responsible U.S. relations with Africa from a Catholic perspective.
The National Council of Churches USA, representing mainline Protestant, Orthodox, African-American and peace churches, posted resources about its advocacy for Darfur.