“I act because, as human beings, we are all connected through the universality of the human condition and I believe that the promotion of education and peace building is the only way to sustain and strengthen the ties of the global community. “
I first got involved with Genocide/Mass Atrocities prevention work when I was 12 years old, becoming an active member of the Save Darfur Movement. Since then, I have been involved with educating people and bringing awareness to Genocides/Mass Atrocities across the world through efforts at my local synagogue, religious youth group, and on my college campus.
This summer, I have been focusing on expanding and updating Stop Genocide Now’s repertoire of information as well as updating past pages to more accurately reflect the current SGN direction. Through updating and expanding SGN, we will be able to focus on genocides and mass atrocities that expand beyond the conflict in Darfur that SGN and i-ACT can have an impact on.
“I ACT because the world has said “never again” far too many times.”