Ask Congress to Speak Out Against the Expulsion of Aid Agencies from Darfur.

Ask Congress to Speak Out Against the Expulsion of Aid Agencies from Darfur.

    1. Michelle .
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      Michelle .

      Brooklyn, NY


Sixteen humanitarian agencies have been kicked out of Darfur by the Government of Sudan. This action by Sudan will leave about 1 million Darfuris without food, water, or medical aid.

Call your Representative on Genocide Intervention Network's hotline, 1-800-GENOCIDE (1-800-436-6243) and urge them to sign onto Congressman Capuano's letter to President Hu of China, Arab League Secretary-General Amre Moussa and African Union Chairman Muammar Qadhafi. These are Sudanese allies that must be urged to tell Sudan that its action against these humanitarian aid organizations is unacceptable.

Visit to read more about the situation, and call your Representative today.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Ali Canada TULSA, OK
      • over 5 years ago

      if they had oil everyone would up in "arms"!!!

      • over 5 years ago

      Because we can help, and we aren't!

    • Franklyn Williams BROOKLYN, NY
      • over 5 years ago

      Simply put, genocide is wholly unacceptable.

    • Vivian Nguyen BETHESDA, MD
      • over 5 years ago

      Many many people will die in Sudan's refugee and internally displaced peoples camps without the help of international aid agencies.  We cannot and should not let people die of starvation, sicknesses from poor sanitation, and lack of vaccinations.  What happens in your neighbor's yard will effect your home. 

    • Brien Shanahan EAST MEADOW, NY
      • over 5 years ago

      No matter how bad the economy is or how overstretched we are militarily, we can not let genocide occur anywhere. And no right minded person or government can deny support to this cause if it is for a purpose as noble as stopping the killing of civilians. 
      The expelling of aid organizations from the country should have been the last straw to crack down on the Sudanese government. How long are will we wait before we act?!! Stop Genocide Now!


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