Declaring these attacks for what they are – genocide – is an important step. The truth matters. But what happens next is more important.
Something very powerful happened last night. We hosted a dinner for leaders of the refugee community. More than 6,000 End Genocide advocates were there too.
The U.S. is asking allies to do more to take in refugees but such asks are undermined when we are unwilling to do the very thing we are asking others to do.
As Russia drops bombs on civilians and U.S.-trained groups in Syria, we can't forget about the pressing refugee crisis.
Syrian children have left their home but not their dreams. The Peace and Hope art exhibit by Syrian refugee children shows stories of loss and resilience.
Congress is making its voice heard in the fight against genocide in Iraq. President Obama should be too.
“Caesar” recounted and displayed new photos from his collection of 55,000 images, documenting the torture, starvation, and death of over 11,000 civilians.
I got Congressman Jim Moran in trouble with President Putin of Russia. And he might be in trouble with the Pentagon next.
It's time for the United States to push for cross-border delivery of humanitarian aid in Syria and take a more aggressive approach to saving lives.
Those who are committing atrocities in Syria should know they are being watched and that there are countries ready to double down on the pursuit of justice.