EWU McNair Scholar, Abdulrazik Mohamed, presents research on Sudanese Diaspora in Newark, NJ and Washington, D.C.

Story by Cynthia Dukich EWU McNair Scholar Abdulrazik “Abdu” Mohamed (2018 cohort) recently returned from a TRIO McNair-sponsored research trip where he presented his research “Sudanese in Diaspora: Perceptions on the conflict in Darfur” at the 2019 Black Doctoral Network Conference in Newark, New Jersey, then traveled to Georgetown Law School and Capitol Hill to … Read more

Abdulrazik Mohammed Travels to DC to Attend the 7th Annual International Symposium on Women and Genocide in the 21st Century: The Case of Darfur

EWU McNair Scholar Abdulrazik (Abdu) Mohammed lived in an Internally Displaced camp in the Sudan for two years as a child, then spent five years in a Kenyan refugee camp with his family, who had been forced to flee their home due to the ongoing violent conflict in Darfur. “Life was like a prison there,” … Read more