Genocide - mass murder, is occurring in Darfur, Africa.
You can help right now, in just 5 minutes...
JUST 5 MINUTES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE -
The Million Voices for Darfur campaign gives individuals an easy way to take action by
signing a postcard to President Bush. You can participate
electronically, quickly, just shift-click the following link:
Update: over one million signatures
already gathered in the first 5 months of this campaign. (June
Senators Frist and Clinton Sign One Millionth
Postcard Urging President Bush to Advocate Multinational Peacekeeping Force
to Stop Darfur Genocide
Coalition Calls for Presidential Special Envoy
Washington, DC – Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist, M.D. (R-TN) and Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) today joined
other Members of Congress in signing the 1,000,000th postcard to President
Bush urging him to use the full power of his office to support a stronger
multinational force to protect the innocent civilians under attack in
Darfur, Sudan. The senators signed the postcard at a U.S. Capitol news
conference, helping the Save Darfur Coalition to reach its goal in just five
have done this unto the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto
me..."Jesus Christ - St.
Teaching others about Darfur is an important step in raising awareness and
getting more people involved in the campaign to end the genocide. Part of
teaching others includes giving them a way to take action. Send them
to this page to sign the postcard to President Bush, or to learn more with
the educational materials links provided on this page.
We also offer many resources and samples to help educate others.
videos are a
great way to visualize the situation on the ground. Sample petitions and
letters to Congress give ideas for additional ways to take action.
Involve your religious community.
Packet contains a variety of suggestions for ways to work with your
faith community on a local level. Ask your religious leaders to focus on
spreading awareness through sermons and
prayers. Approach members of your congregation and coordinate awareness
and advocacy activities, especially
postcard signings at coffee-hours or religious classes.
Hand them out with a flyer explaining why it's
important to draw attention to the situation in Darfur. Ask a teacher, an
administrator, a public official or a local celebrity to wear a green
Discuss Darfur. Make Darfur a topic on the agenda at non-Darfur
community meetings. Propose ways the group can become more involved in
helping to end the violence and suffering in Darfur.
Video Produced by Danbury High School about
Share this Image I created similar to the Homeland Security Threat Level
System, for Genocide in Darfur
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location on your computer to place the images. You can use them in
your e-mails, on web pages, or as an icon for posting messages. Help
get the word out.
Thanks for taking the time to learn about Darfur and the plight of its people,
and for any action you are able to take, even if it is just a prayer for its
Installed 11:11 pm Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Seventeen hours later, after an all-night
negotiating session, much wavering and learning his younger brother had been
killed in Darfur, Minnawi finally succumbed to the pressure exerted by Zoellick,
Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo and other international officials. He
signed the peace agreement, which President Bush hailed yesterday as "the
beginnings of hope for the people of Darfur."
SS: A bright glimmer of hope after many dark days, this is only a
beginning to the efforts and it will take up to a year to implement the current
peace agreement details, such as troop deployment from the UN. So this is
very positive but much will still need to occur and that is why awareness
continues to be imperative. These agreements tend to be very fragile as
well, hence the need for continued prayers and efforts on behalf of the people
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