That only 71 people have this as one of thier goals? 5 years ago
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We had a club in my school that was active in trying to help Darfur , Schools for Schools, I some how was elected the Treasurer. We started out with some where between 50 and 100 people but almost all are active in other clubs or stopped attending meetings. 5 years ago
I’m involved with Save Darfur for the state of Michigan. Need to find a way to get more people involved. 5 years ago
I created a group for the Central Michigan area on the save darfur website. Also set up a website and brainstorming for possible events… 5 years ago
I bought so many of these shirts, I’ve been dying to donate more. I really want this to stop. :[ It’s NO good. 6 years ago
we had the benefit concert last night and it was amazinggg. We made $2,000+ from ticket sales and tee shirts and it’s going straight to helping the victims of the genocide. 6 years ago
last night we had the Save Darfur candelight vigil and it was so amazing. We had a five minute moment of silence for those who died in the genocide, and played a slideshow. We didn’t get a ton of people, maybe thirty or so, but we did get some questions from people walking by and stuff, which is always good. I also spoke in all my classes about it yesterday and wore my “Sudan: Stop the violence” shirt. 6 years ago
Me and some kids from my high school are organizing a couple events to help. We’re having a benefit concert to help Darfur, as well as a candlelight vigil on the mainstreet of our town. I’m so glad I’m finally able to do something.
I also teach a religious education class, and I make my third graders pray that genocide will end everyday—it’s their homework. 6 years ago
Today I read up on what is happening in Darfur and I ordered wristbands for my entire family and a magnet for my car…I know it’s not much but maybe people will ask me what it all means and I can tell them about what is going on, I can’t help thinking if only more people knew… 6 years ago
As one of the volunteer crew managers, I was honored to have had the opportunity to help run the Rally to Stop Genocide for the Save Darfur Coalition held on Sunday, April 30, 2006 on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The rally drew between 50,000 to 75,000 people, and in the days following it, a peace accord was reached with warring factions in the Sudan and the Darfur regions. This is a first step toward helping to end this horrific genocide, but we need to keep it up – visit www.savedarfur.org and be part of the solution. 7 years ago