Leora Kahn’s book brings Darfur to Brooklyn and beyond.

Every era seems to have its despicable tragedy that leaves the world wondering, “How did we let this happen?” Darfur is certainly this era’s great tragedy—an example of such incredibly inhumanity, not only by the perpetrators, but also by the nations that allowed it to remain for two decades. Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in the Sudan aims to stop the cruelty, and to prevent it from ever happening again. PopPhoto.com and Jaunted.com praise the potency of this volume’s synthesis of words and images to communicate its message.