stacey martino

Stacey has been to the camps, traveled with Camp Darfur, and helped with the development of Camp Darfur & Voices of America. She has helped with several outreach campaigns and focuses on using the arts to connect people to i-ACT’s work. Stacey has spent the past 20 years combining arts and activism with a focus on connecting every day people and direct action.

The iACT Way

The iACT Way

I longed to work with a team that was willing to start by listening and connecting rather than trying to “fix” things. This is what we have come to call “The iACT way.” We went with humble hearts, open minds, and a recognition of the wisdom in front of us…

Refuge

Refuge

I cannot imagine a country, in this day and age with all we have learned, where we do not work to the best of our ability to be a place of compassion and refuge.

Why I became a Sustainer of Action

Why I became a Sustainer of Action

[info]i-ACT Infographic[/info] In 2004, when our founder Gabriel Stauring learned of the mass atrocities in Darfur, he boarded a plane and went to the Sudan-Chad border to carry the word back to the world. He did not wait for money, red tape to clear, or the perfect...