April 6 solidarity protest with Sudan

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Protests continue in Sudan, calling for the Al Bashir regime to fall. On April 6, the anniversary of the 1985 revolution, solidarity protests were held around the world, as the Sudanese people called on the army to support them in their struggle for peace, justice and freedom.

In Parramatta, in Sydney's western suburbs, the Sudanese community and their supporters mobilised.

Green Left Weekly's Susan Price spoke to Maysoon, from the Sydney Sudanese community about the significance of the April 6 protests.

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