Connie’s Responses to Day 4 Comments

Mary Ann,
If everyone could relate like you, these people would be back in Darfur. Amor y Paz,Connie

Pam B.,
I’m happy I made it too.But remember I’m here bringing YOUR message. Amor y Paz,Connie.

Mimi,
It is great to be around the people they make you feel welcomed and they always are smiling but yes it is so sad to see the conditions they live in.It does make me so sad.Amor y Paz, Connie.

Valeria,
The bugs are giant! But don’t feel bad, I’m kind of getting used to them. Amor y Paz, Connie.

Rachel,
As LOUD as we can ‘till they hear us! Amor y paz,Connie.

Zaharita,
Que bueno que te gustan mis recuentos de los hechos. Espero que a todos.Amor y Paz,Connie

Tere,
Estoy segura que esa es la clave: LA FAMILIA. Amor y Paz,Connie.

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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  1. lars says:

    what a privilege to move among these people, welcomed without threat or hardship into their humble, transient lives that continue despite the limits to material resources. in so many ways it is a terribly awkward, irrepressible uneasiness that i feel wandering among the physical and social fabric of their lives… may peace and opportunity find a place in the lives of the newborns who enter the world among these makeshift structures…

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