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The Save Darfur network is comprised of 190 community and organizational partners representing 130 million Americans. Partner groups include national human rights, justice, faith and advocacy organizations that contribute their subject expertise, diverse networks and resources to ending the Darfur genocide.

Though the groups represent different political beliefs, religious backgrounds and ethnicities, they are united in their efforts to end the Darfur genocide.

National OrganizationsRegional Organizations

Affiliation of Christian Engineers

Africa Faith and Justice Network

Alliance of Baptists

iAbolish: American Anti-Slavery Group

American Jewish Committee

American Jewish World Service

American Society for Muslim Advancement

Amnesty International USA

AFL-CIO/Solidarity Center

American Federation of Teachers

American Humanist Association

American Islamic Congress

American Islamic Forum for Democracy

American Jewish Committee

Americans for Democracy in the Middle East

Americans for Democratic Action

Anti-Defamation League

Arab American Institute

Armenian Assembly of America

Armenian Church of America

Armenian National Committee of America

B’nai B’rith International

Bread for the World

Central Conference of American Rabbis

Christian Solidarity International

Church World Service

Citizens for Global Solutions

Community of Christ

Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations

Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations

Council for Secular Humanism

Council on American-Islamic Relations

Damanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy

Darfur Association of the USA

Darfur Rehabilitation Project

Dear Sudan

The Echo Foundation

Edah

ENOUGH! The Project to Abolish Genocide and Mass Atrocities

The Episcopal Church, USA

Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Washington Office

Faithful America

Foundation for the Defense of Democracies

Freedom Quest International

Foundation for Ethnic Understanding

Genocide Watch

Hadassah

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life

Human Rights First

The Hunger Site

Institute for the Study of Genocide

International Justice Mission

Investors Against Genocide

Islamic Circle of North America

Islamic Society of North America

Jewish Council for Public Affairs

The Jewish Federations of North America

Jewish Healthcare International

Jewish Labor Committee

Jewish Reconstructionist Federation

Jewish World Watch

Jubilee Campaign

Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Lutheran World Relief

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger

Metropolitan Community of Churches

Muslim Public Affairs Council

My Sister’s Keeper

NAACP

NA’AMAT USA

National Association of Evangelicals

National Black Law Students Association

National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA

National Council of Jewish Women

National Jewish Democratic Council

National Student Campaign against Hunger and Homelessness

NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

Open Doors USA

Operation Sudan

Passion of the Present

Pax Christi USA

Peace Action

Physicians for Human Rights

Presbyterian Church USA; Washington D.C. Office

Rabbinical Assembly

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

Refugees International

Religions for Peace-USA

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

Repair the World

Res Publica

The Shalom Center

Society for Humanistic Judaism

Society for Threatened Peoples

Sojourners

STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition

Stop Genocide Now

Teachers Against Prejudice

Tikkun

TransAfrica Forum

T’ruah

Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America

Union for Reform Judaism

Union for Traditional Judaism

Unitarian Universalist Association

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)

United Macedonian Diaspora

The United Methodist General Board of Church and Society

United Nations Association of the USA

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

Ve’ahavta

Women of Reform Judaism

Women’s America ORT

Women’s Refugee Commission

Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter Ring

World Evangelical Alliance

African Mutual Assistance Association of Missouri

All Saints Church in Pasadena

Annapolis Friends Meeting

Board of Rabbis of Northern California

Canadian Aid for Southern Sudan

Canadian Council for Reform Judaism

Canadian Federation of Jewish Students

Canadian Jewish Congress

CASTS: Canadians Against Slavery and Torture in Sudan

Chicago Coalition to Save Darfur

Cincinnatians United to Save Darfur

Cleveland Diocesan Social Action Office & Diocese of Cleveland

Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness & Action

Congregation Beth Or

Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur

Dallas Peace Center

Darfur Alert (Philadelphia)

Democrats for Life of New York

District of Columbia Baptist Convention

Goodis Center for Research and Reform

Help Darfur Now, Inc.

IKAR

Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington

Jewish Community Federation of Richmond

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Dallas

Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, Sonoma, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey

Jewish Federation of Greater Houston

Jewish Federation of Tulsa

Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice

Mason-Dixon Darfur Alliance

Massachusetts Coalition to Save Darfur

Medjugorje International Relief

New York Board of Rabbis

New York Society for Ethical Culture

Pittsburgh Darfur Emergency Coalition (PDEC)

STAND Canada

Texans for Peace

Tikkun-Chicago

UJA Federation of New York

Washington Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Western Massachusetts Darfur Coalition

Yeshiva University

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