Ibrahim Mousa Adam starts his day like most people. He says he wakes up, thinks about what he has planned and mentally schedules his activities.
It’s not that simple for his countrymen.
"If you are in Darfur, you think differently," he said. "If you are a woman, you think, could I be raped today? Could my sister? Could my 12-year-old daughter?
"If you are a man, you think, could I be killed today? Could my brother? Could my father?"
Adam and Daoud Hari have an unenviable task: The two Darfuris are on a speaking tour, asking…