Take the i-ACTivist Challenge

Less than three weeks ago, the International Criminal Court indicted Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bahsir on War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity. Upon hearing this, al-Bashir took the actions he claimed he would in the months leading up to the arrest warrant: 13 aid organizations expelled leaving 4.7 million refugees without aid and janjaweed and Sudanese soldiers armed and prepared to act on any orders from Khartoum. Once again the innocent civilians will suffer the most. While global attention focuses on these two important developments, it is the time for i-ACTivists, around the world, to take collective action for each individual suffering on the ground.

HumanityJoin us by participating in the i-ACTivist Challenge. In the daily action of each i-ACT day one word will be CAPITALIZED & BOLD. That word will only remain bold on that day. Write it down somewhere safe, and send your list of 10 words and the ACTION that you took that day at the end of the trip to challenge@stopgenocidenow.org — if you get them all correct, we will send you an profile of a Darfur Refugee and a Humanity before Politics t-shirt!

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.




One Response to “Take the i-ACTivist Challenge”
  1. elaine K says:

    I think it would be great if all the big bosses would give their large bonuses to help at Darfur.
    We are still talking and more talking, they have been talking for 5 years now, lets end this evil. I do hope we do not have to wait too long for the talk to stop and action to be taken.
    My utmost admiration goes to those who try to help those unfortunate who are caught up in this evil web.
    I wish that in Great Britain we could have more about these peoples plight on our media.

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