Harvard Darfur Action Group brings together students from Harvard’s graduate and undergraduate campuses, all committed to waging constructive and efficient campaigns to help end the genocide in Sudan.
How do I get involved?
HCDAG is only as effective as the strength
of it membership. We welcome your support of these
campaigns and any new projects and ideas you might also have.
You can also contact one of our Campaign Co-Chairs directly:
2nd - 4th, 2005
Boston Area Darfur Activism Conference
a STAND and GI-Net event
Organized by student groups from:
Boylston Hall, HARVARD YARD
Since 2002, genocide
in Darfur has over 300,000 dead, 4500 villages
destroyed and over 2.2 millions displaced in camps with inadequate
food, water, shelter, or medical care.
But genocide doesn't just happen. It's stoppable and it's preventable. Come learn how and why at the Boston Area Darfur Activism Conference, organized by students from Harvard, Brandeis, Tufts, and Georgetown.
Over the course of the weekend, you will not only hear from experts in panels and workshops, at movie viewings, and at a book signing. You will be also be an active participant in regional networking and the
official launch of a nationwide anti-genocide constituency.
Sign up today !
Sponsored by: Harvard Darfur Action Group
Kuumba * Harvard African Student Association * Harvard Black Students Association * Harvard Black Men's Forum * Harvard Hillel * Association of Black Harvard Women * Harvard Friends of Amnesty International *
Harvard International Development Organization * Harvard Radcliffe Christian Fellowship * Harvard Radcliffe Asian American Christian Fellowship * Ann Radcliff Trust Fund
Harvard Graduate Council * Education School Council* Graduate School of Arts & Science Council * Medical School Council * Harvard Human Rights Journal * HLS Advocates for Human Rights * KSG Human Rights Professional Interest Council
For more information, contact ronc@fas and jmorse@fas