I was caught napping on the situation in Sudan, but in response to government elimination of fuel subsidies there have been 12 days of popular protest, and a major protest has been called for tomorrow (Friday), as well as global protest on the 30th. You can follow posts on twitter at #SudanRevolts and #June30, and Rodrigo Davies is posting photos tweeted with the SudanRevolts hashtag.
GRIFINA is a nonviolent protest movement that was founded in October 2009 (Arabic), and they are calling for the resignation of the current regime and a transition to democratic rule. I have not been able to determine the extent to which GRIFINA is able to “lead” this current mobilization.
Below I have a number of links if you’d like to catch up (NB: standard news tropes abound):
Protest in Sudan (June 20)
6th Day of Protest (June 21)
Student led #SudanRevolts Movement (June 22)
Rising Prices and Protest (June 24)