Thursday, April 27, 2006

Join the Virtual March to End the Genocide in Darfur

Join me in helping to end the genocide in Darfur

I just signed up for the "virtual march" against genocide in Darfur, and I'm hoping you'll join me. You can sign up online at: Political Action: Virtual March to End the Genocide in Darfur

Over 400,000 civilians have already died in Darfur. But, almost 2 years after the United States officially recognized it as a "genocide," almost nothing has been done to stop the killing.

A relatively small United Nations peace keeping force (which wouldn't even require new US troops) could protect civilians, stop the violence, and help a real peace process begin. But it won't happen if world leaders, including ours, don't stand up and demand it.

So this week, thousands of concerned Americans will gather in Washington to tell Congress and President Bush to support a real international peacekeeping force - and to do it now. To help show the national media how many voters support this call, MoveOn is organizing this virtual march.

They'll present all our signatures and comments at the big rally, and they're aiming to get 250,000 "virtual marchers" by the end of the week.

Please join me and sign up today:


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