Katie-Jay keeps i-ACT running on several levels. Much of her work entails coordinating partnerships with other grassroots organizations and implementing the campaigns developed by Gabriel and seeing through the details. She graduated from Portland State University with a BA in Sociology and a focus on Community Development. She has previously worked as a community organizer in Thailand, Guatemala, and with grassroots organizations across the United States.
Posts by Katie-Jay:
It’s In My Blood
Almost every Armenian I have met tells me, “Genocide is in my blood.” And I see this in the constant [...]
Stop Bashir – New Petition and Video
The Collectif Urgence Darfour have created this short video and new petition to Ban Ki-Moon at www.stopbechir.com. To sign the [...]
The World has Sudan Fatigue
The world is allowing Bashir to continue bombing with antanovs. Nuba are hiding in caves and an entire population is on the brink of starvation.
Tell Secretary Clinton: They Can’t Wait
Tweet Secretary Clinton had strong words for the UN Security Council this month, calling its failure to act in Syria [...]
They Can’t Wait
Tell the Obama Administration that waiting is not an option for the people of Sudan as their government masses its armed forces to attack Sudanese civilians and blocks humanitarian aid.
It is happening again. Gabriel’s friends in the camps are once again asking for immediate response from the world to this systematic destruction of a people. As they suffer their own atrocities, they are asking for aid on behalf of another marginalized group. That is compassion in action. We too have the ability to walk in others shoes, even if we’re thousands of miles away.
Paperwork out of the way, we now look east
A day in the capital does a job on you. Fighting the jetlag and tiredness from having spent 24hrs making the [...]
G’s Travel Notes #1
It’s never simple, even on our eleventh trip. It took us about 24 hours to make it to N’Djamena, the [...]
AMID REPORTS OF ETHNIC CLEANSING, SUDAN ACTIVISTS REQUEST ESCALATED ACTION
Amid reports of government-sponsored aerial bombardment of civilians, summary door-to-door executions and evidence of mass graves in Southern Kordofan, 54 [...]
National Call-in Day
Last year, the United States led a successful international diplomatic effort to secure a peaceful referendum for South Sudan. In [...]