Recent features on The Heart of Nuba, press, news from the coalition and more.
Saturday, October 20 the Darfur Interfaith Network's will screen The Heart of Nuba at Washington National Cathedral in D.C. If you live in the area or can be in DC, mark your calendars now. And contact us for details.
We were so delighted to receive this message from Dr. Tom in August, from "the bush" of the Nuba mountains. Your participation and support has meant so much to him, and to the families of the Nuba mountains. Please continue. If you haven't yet donated,...
Mark Leon Goldberg interviews Dr. Tom in Yerevan, Armenia where he was on hand to participate in events around the Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity. Goldberg says "This is a powerful conversation with a true humanitarian who has saved countless lives in...
“Don’t let the idea of genocide die out as this is something which can never happen again, this is happening now and this will continue happening in the future.”
Armenia’s national postal operator is issuing a new international postage stamp in honor of Dr. Tom Catena.
Last year’s flood destroyed the generator at Mother of Mercy Hospital, Dr. Tom’s hospital. Donations from his supporters have procured and installed a new one.
From our partners for the Los Angeles premiere, The Africa Channel.
Producer/Director Kenneth A Carlson met yesterday with Congressman James P. McGovern (D-MA), Co-Chair of Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, United States Congress, discussing the road forward for the people of Nuba.
The Heart of Nuba screens at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A fantastic premiere in Los Angeles last night, to a sold out crowd. Q and A moderated by The Africa Channel's Nzinga Blake, with The Heart of Nuba director Kenneth A. Carlson, and Cecil Blake, former Cabinet Minister of Information and Broadcasting...
“…praiseworthy, almost Nobel Prize praiseworthy.”
“gripping, inspiring documentary.”
What it’s like being the only doctor in war-torn Sudan’s Nuba Mountains
“Catena’s respect for the dignity of the Nuba people is profound.”
“…a moving and remarkable story.”