Beyond Kony 2012: Why Cover the Night Matters

Invisible Children did more than just create an awareness-raising tool — they are calling on all of us to move from learning to action.

My Grandmother’s Story of the Holocaust

Art not only raises awareness of the Holocaust but it allows us to understand each other in a way that may prevent future genocides.

April is Genocide Prevention Month

April is Genocide Prevention Month — commemorate previous genocides and call for action to stop ongoing atrocities and prevent future ones.

Local Activists Join Sudan Day of Action

Across the country activists stood in solidarity with the Sudanese, holding local events protesting the use of food as a weapon of war.

I Was George Clooney’s Cellmate

United to End Genocide President Tom Andrews on getting arrested with George Clooney for civil disobedience at the Embassy of Sudan.

Unite for Syria: Stop One Year of Bloodshed

Today, we are joining hundreds of groups calling on the international community to Unite for Syria and Stop One Year of Bloodshed.

Stop Sudan’s Weapons of Mass Starvation: Organize in Your Community

Organize an event in solidarity with the people of Sudan and demand action to address the crisis now threatening the lives of 500,000 people.

Foreign Affairs Committee Wants to Hear from You

The House Foreign Affairs Committee now is taking questions for public hearings from the public. Read ours or submit your own.

Darfur United: From Refugee Camps to International Competition

“Now we are part of the world” said one man when Darfur United and the possibility of playing soccer at the 2012 Viva World Cup was discussed.

United to End Genocide Activists Travel to Uganda and South Sudan

Two fellows journey to South Sudan and Uganda with Hope for Ariang foundation to support education for girls and the empowerment of women.

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