Coalition for Darfur has another post up comparing the indifference to Rwandan genocide ten years ago to the indifference to Darfur today. It goes over the timeline of what events dominated news coverage while each of these tragedies were taking place.

For instance:
In mid May, the International Red Cross estimated that 500,000 Rwandans had been killed.

On June 17, OJ Simpson led police on a slow speed chase in a White Ford Bronco.

On July 4, the rebel army took control of the Rwandan capitol of Kigali and the genocide came to an end in a country littered with nearly one million corpses.

Read the whole thing, and try to figure out what can be done to bring this to a halt.