Thursday, April 23, 2009

Are you a Triangle NC Darfur advocate? Come join us!

This Sunday is an exciting day. It is the "relaunch" of the Interfaith Coalition for Sudanese Peace in the Triangle region of North Carolina.

Many people have participated with the Interfaith Council on past events, while others may not know about the Interfaith Coalition but care about the crisis in Darfur. We thank each of you for your hard work - from volunteering to fundraising to praying – that has helped improve the lives of the men, women and children of Darfur.

Unfortunately, the situation in Darfur remains dire and now more than ever we must work together to raise our voices on behalf of these people. Since we last spoke with many of you, the Interfaith Coalition for Sudanese Peace has changed. We have new members, new structure and a new strategic vision for working to end the crisis in Darfur. We want to reconnect with you (or connect for the first time) and hear what you and your organizations are doing in this area.

You are invited to an event specifically for men and women who have demonstrated a passion and interest in resolving the crisis in Darfur. At this event, we will network with other local activists and get a brief update on the current situation in Darfur. We will also learn about the Coalition’s new organization and examine ways we can partner together this year.

When: Sunday, April 26 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Connections community space, 1280 Buck Jones Road, Raleigh NC

For more information, call 919 612 1698

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