Today’s Action

Continue to write letters to the newspaper

Because this is such an important issue, we want to give everyone a chance to write a letter. We will ask you to ACT on letter writing a few days. Please take a moment to write to your national newspapers. If we show that this is important to us, our government officials will pay attention. Let’s keep on making NOISE!!!

Gabriel co-founded Stop Genocide Now in 2005, which gave birth to i-ACT in 2009.

He became involved in the situation in Darfur out of a sense of personal responsibility. He believes the power of community and compassion, combined with personal empowerment, can bring about meaningful change.

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4 Responses to “Today’s Action”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Hello Gab… or Gibril !

    Thanks for your video.

    I thought that you wanted to go to Darfur (Sudanese side) to inquire the violations from the victims of the war… Why d’you stay in Chad refugee camps ? Impossible to find someone to get you cross the border ???

    Good luck.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hello Grabriel,

    I am a student that attends Palisades Charter High School and I was present the day that you spoke to Ms. Pereyra’s 5th period class. The video and the stories, as well as the peace tiles that you showed us, touched me in a very personal way.To some people, you are a fool to risk your life in a part of the world that no one is talkin about. They say if it isn’t our problem, we should’nt intervene. However, most people are proud,like myself, that there are people like you that are willing to risk their lives to show the world the truth. Kuddos to your great deed. You are a pioneer. I hope that you are in good health and in good strength. I hope that you make it back to the U.S. and come back to report on your findings to Ms. Pereyra’s 5th Period class. Take care. God-speed, and prosperity. We all believe in you and your noble cause

    PS: I was always wondering if you had Embassy clearance from the U.S to visit Darfur, and if you were granted permission, were you escorted by UN or Embassy personel.

    BREKER

  3. BREKER says:

    Hello Grabriel,

    I am a student that attends Palisades Charter High School and I was present the day that you spoke to Ms. Pereyra’s 5th period class. The video and the stories, as well as the peace tiles that you showed us, touched me in a very personal way.To some people, you are a fool to risk your life in a part of the world that no one is talkin about. They say if it isn’t our problem, we should’nt intervene. However, most people are proud,like myself, that there are people like you that are willing to risk their lives to show the world the truth. Kuddos to your great deed. You are a pioneer. I hope that you are in good health and in good strength. I hope that you make it back to the U.S. and come back to report on your findings to Ms. Pereyra’s 5th Period class. Take care. God-speed, and prosperity. We all believe in you and your noble cause

    PS: I was always wondering if you had Embassy clearance from the U.S to visit Darfur, and if you were granted permission, were you escorted by UN or Embassy personel.

    BREKER

  4. stuart godoy says:

    what happen are u still gonna move on?nlike what is happing over there my computer is not really working so i cant the video and i wanna see it but it get me offline but i want to know if ur still gonna move on or what r u going to do? well i hope u move on…laters stuart good luck

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