Human Rights Groups Urge Change in Sudan, South Sudan Policy

Human Rights Groups Urge Change in Sudan, South Sudan Policy

i-ACT has teamed with the Enough Project, Humanity United and 75 other international human rights groups to demand the United States pursue a new approach to achieving peace in Sudan and South Sudan. The letter, sent to Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Ambassador...
Community Organizing: Things I Try Not to Forget

Community Organizing: Things I Try Not to Forget

There are probably dozens of blogs out there claiming to have the answers to community organizing. I don’t want to claim that I have any answers, but I would like to share with you a few things I’ve found useful over the years. 1. Learn to Facilitate My road of...
A Future Without Genocide

A Future Without Genocide

If you’ve ever received an email from me, or read my brief bio on our site, “Educate. Activate. Empower.” might sound familiar. I’ve always believed that the best way to create true leaders is to empower them through education and then engage them in a way that fits...
Letter of the Week: Unexpected Opportunity

Letter of the Week: Unexpected Opportunity

On Wednesday April 17, i-ACT set up Camp Darfur at Brentwood School in Los Angeles, CA. Students from Martha Kermott’s sophomore class hosted each tent and the Little Ripples information table. During each period teachers of the Upper School visited the tents...