The turmoil happening in Venezuela while definitely extreme is not totally unique when the extremeness of the situation is removed. A less extreme but potentially more explosive situation is occurring right now in Sudan. Most of us are somewhat familiar with Sudan with the southern portion of it becoming a separate nation in July of 2011. This made South Sudan the first new country to come into existence in Africa since Eritrea split from Ethiopia in 1993. But as of this moment, the Sudanese Military is in the middle of a tense standoff with civilian protesters after deposing longtime leader Omar al-Bashir. In this episode of Lessons from the Screen we are going to be talking about what’s going on in Sudan and how we got here.
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