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People like you are the strength of the anti-genocide movement.

From every state and every walk of life, activists are calling on our political leaders to end genocide once and for all.

Whether you have 5 minutes or longer, there’s a way for you to get involved and make a difference today:

 

Take Action:
The collective actions of our 700,000+ members put pressure on government leaders or anyone who has the power to stop perpetrators of genocide or mass atrocities.

Attend an Event:
Events are going on across the country to help make ending genocide a reality. Find rallies, concerts, fundraisers, meetings and other great happenings near you.

Donate:
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Tell Us Your Story:
Whether you are an activist, survivor, supporter or someone who simply cares deeply about these issues we want to hear your stories. Contact our Director of Global Partnerships: nahmadi@endgenocide.org

Be a Leader in Your Community:
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Learn:
Visit the conflict areas of our website and read our blog to educate yourself about current and potential areas of conflict.

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Internships and volunteer opportunities are available for undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates.

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