|Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur|
About the Connecticut Coalition
The Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur is a diverse group of secular and non-secular organizations across the state has come together to form The Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur. The growing coalition includes the several Jewish Community Relations Councils, the Archdiocese of Hartford's Office of Black Catholic Ministries and the Waterbury NAACP.
The group is working as part of the Save Darfur Coalition to spur our government into action to help put an end to the genocide that has already killed more than 400,000 and displaced 2.5 million people in area the size of Texas.
The Coalition is attempting to meet with everyone in the Connecticut Congressional delegation.
The Connecticut Coalition to Save Darfur wants to broaden its membership as much as possible and particularly wants high school and college students to get involved in helping to end the genocide. It urges everyone to check the main Save Darfur Coalition web site and the Million Voices for Darfur web site, where they can contact President Bush to urge him to take aggressive action and also learn more about the ongoing tragedy.
Any individuals or groups wishing to participate should contact Deacon Arthur L. Miller, Director of the Office for Black Catholic Ministries of the Archdiocese of Hartford, by phone at (860) 243-0648 or by email at email@example.com