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On Nicholas Kristof's first visit to Darfur in 2004, he met orphans, rape victims, and others with harrowing life experiences. By publishing graphic, classified photos of Darfur victims in 2005, Kristof hoped to provoke enough outrage to counteract indifference towards Darfur, but "today, you can find the same kinds of stories." Here, Kristof recounts stories of the survivors and other unsung heroes he has encountered, highlighting the need to recognize Darfuris for their moral courage, not only for their victimhood.
Author Bio: Nicholas D. Kristof writes op-ed columns that appear twice each week in The New York Times. A two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, he previously was associate managing editor of The Times, responsible for the Sunday Times. He has been the preeminent American journalist reporting on Darfur, and has visited the region eight times since 2004.