Action, Change, and Healing Needed in the USA

by | Jun 2, 2020

Through our work, we’ve seen the extremes to where hatred and division can take people. We’ve also seen how love and solidarity can heal and move people forward. iACT joins calls for action that leads to healing and deep, full systemic change.

360,000

refugees from Darfur, Sudan, living in refugee camps located in Chad.

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10,000

current capacity at the RUSA academies

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