Darfur: Nationwide Day Of Action

Good Morning Friends!

I usually only do one post on Friday and that is my Old School Friday (I LOVE my music!!!), but earlier in the week I visited one of my favorite blogs “Electronic Village” and found out that there would be a collective blogging effort on Friday June 20th for Darfur.
You may remember that I participated in another Darfur blogging effort Here and a Humanitarian effort Here. So blogging for a cause is not new to this blog. I ask that you take some time to view the Darfur information at the following links and decide if this is a cause that you wouldn’t mind getting involved in.
http://hellonearth.wordpress.com
http://www.dreamfordarfur.org
http://www.savedarfur.org/content
To mark United Nations World Refugee Day on June 20, students, activists, and community leaders in cities across the country are gathering at the stores and headquarters of sponsors that have failed to address the Darfur genocide – despite their responsibility as stakeholders of the Olympics. Click here to attend an event in your community.

I do know and understand that some of you think…We have enough of our own problems right here in the good old USA! And this is true, we certainly have tons of problems and issues here. But the difference is that we also have politicians, activist, lawmakers, and others whose job it is to ensure that we continue to have certain freedoms (at least they are supposed to…). There is a faction of people that NO ONE is working for, No One is trying to help ensure THEIR FREEDOMS! So if not us than WHO will speak out?? If not now than WHEN will we speak out??
Get MOTIVATED!
Get EDUCATED!
Get INVOLVED!

Let YOUR voice be heard… someones life may depend on it…

Peace & Love

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. RG
    Jun 20, 2008 @ 18:59:00

    Hi Regina,You’ve recieved an award… see my blog for details http://mycustodyanddivorce.blogspot.com

  2. Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T
    Jun 20, 2008 @ 22:30:00

    we have all these days and events but nothing happens

  3. blackwomenblowthetrumpet.blogspot.com
    Jun 24, 2008 @ 04:11:00

    Hey Regina!Thank you for blowing your trumpet about this issue! I will continue to follow the issue!Peace, blessings and DUNAMIS!Lisa

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