Today is Paul Rusesabagina’s birthday

This is the second one he is spending unlawfully detained in a Rwanda prison Today is the 657th day Paul is spending illegally detained in a Rwandan prison. That’s also 657 days he has been denied access to his heart medication and medical care. It’s 657 days he has been kept in isolation. It’s 657 … Read more

Will you call Congress for Paul?

#FreeRusesabagina

We need you to get Congress to do more to bring Paul home We can’t do this without you. Will you call your member of the House of Representatives? We need all hands on deck for “Calling on the Government of the Republic of Rwanda to release Paul Rusesabagina on humanitarian grounds.” This House Resolution … Read more

Ending genocide, one state (or city) at a time

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We have an honorable American tradition of our cities and states upholding human rights. Now is the time for us to demand that our taxpayer dollars don’t contribute to genocide. During the American Revolution, town meetings adopted resolutions calling for a boycott of British-made goods. The Boston Tea Party seized on the spirit of these resolutions through … Read more

Can you join us tomorrow? #FreeRusesabagina

#FreeRusesabagina

We’re updating everyone on Paul’s situation. We’re hosting a webinar on Thursday to update you on the case of Paul Rusesabagina. #FreeRusesabagina. Can you join us? Thursday, May 12, 1:00 pm EDT Tom Zoellner, who wrote An Ordinary Man with Paul and some of his family will speak about what is happening. You can register here. If you … Read more

Actions for Paul Rusesabagina

We need to bring Paul Rusesabagina home

Things are looking dire for Hotel Rwanda hero, Paul Rusesabagina. The Rusesabagina family fears he recently suffered a small stroke and needs to be evacuated immediately. Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights held a panel discussion supporting Rusesabagina. 1. Write your member of Congress for H. Res 892: Named, “Calling on the Government of the Republic … Read more

Another year, another Genocide Awareness Month

genocide happens every day

When are we going to end genocide? April is Genocide Awareness Month. April was selected because of the number of genocides that started in April. The Rwandan, Armenian, and Iraqi Kurd genocides all started during this month. Genocide Awareness Month is crucial for educating the world about past and current genocides. As time passes, memories of … Read more

Urgent alert! Rusesabagina’s health has hit a crisis point

Hotel Rwanda hero, Paul Rusesabagina

After being illegally imprisoned, Paul Rusesabagina’s health has reached a crisis point. He is suffering from partial facial paralysis which is impairing his speech. This is following his complaints of ongoing weakness and severe pain in his arm and jaw. Since he was detained, Paul has been denied his medication. He needs treatment now and … Read more

Will you help us bring Paul home?

Hotel Rwanda hero, Paul Rusesabagina

U.S. Representatives Joaquin Castro (D-TX) and Young Kim (R-CA) have just introduced in Congress House Resolution 982 urging Rwandan President Paul Kagame to release Rusesabagina immediately. It is vital that we all tell our U.S. representative to co-sponsor this powerful, new Congressional resolution. Just click here to urge your U.S. representative to co-sponsor House Resolution … Read more

Happy Tick Tock Day

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Today is the official day to finish off tasks for 2021! December 29 is National Tick Tock Day. Tick Tock Day, observed annually on December 29th, reminds us to complete any unfinished business that might need addressing before the end of the year. As the end of the year approaches, many items call for our … Read more

Why I continue to fight to end genocide

we can end genocide

We can end genocide, we just have to want to On December 9, 2021 (World Genocide Day), I led a delegation to present luxury jeweler Harry Winston with our petition asking them to stop sourcing #GenocideGems from Myanmar. About ten minutes later, they announced they would do just that.  This is why I got into … Read more