Why Darfur…Again? 100 Reasons

Didn’t we take care of Darfur years ago? Isn’t it more important to deal with the North-South succession? Why Darfur, again? Why Darfur, now?

Our newest online zine weaves together 100 photos, videos, quotes, and journals from our 9th i-ACT Expedition that answers these questions. As media attention focuses elsewhere and the movement experiences burnout, it is increasingly important to remind ourselves and our community that Darfur remains an ongoing genocide. A genocide that affects individuals who are just like you and me.

Check out the online zine:
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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.

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