Jen Marlowe is a human rights advocate, filmmaker, writer, and founder of donkeysaddle projects. Her award-winning documentary films include Darfur Diaries: Message from Home and Rebuilding Hope. Her books include Darfur Diaries: Stories of Survival (Nation Books, 2006) and, with Sami Al Jundi, The Hour of Sunlight (Nation Books, 2011). Jen's play, There is a Field, was read or performed in 40 cities in 18 countries during October 2010, marking the 10-year anniversary of Black October. Jen's articles have appeared in The Nation, at TomDispatch, and World Focus. She is currently writing a book with Martina Correia, the sister of Troy Davis, who remains on death row despite evidence of his innocence.