A year ago, I wrote a short blog for Stop Genocide Now that made note of the significant move that ISIS
Listen to the alarm bells. Do you hear them? They rang for Rwanda, and we did not listen. They’ve rung for Syria for some time now, leaving the people of Aleppo wondering where we are. They now ring for South Sudan. Will we respond?
War is horrifically, painfully, and unconscionably nothing new. So why does Aleppo seem different?
Over the past 13 years, the people of Darfur have suffered unimaginable violence at the hands of Sudanese President Omar Hassan
Today, 65 million people are displaced globally due to violent conflicts – the highest number in recorded human history. Last year,
Senators need to hear from you, their constituents, so they know you value this humanitarian issue.
Active international pressure to promote free and fair elections in the DRC is now vital – and US policy towards Congo is failing.
On October 31st, 2014, government soldiers in Northern Darfur terrorized a village just a couple miles away from the United Nation-African
Darfuri refugees in eastern Chad are experiencing severe cuts in food rations. Of the World Food Program minimum standard of 2,100
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