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Walk to End Genocide in Los Angeles

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Walk to End Genocide in Los Angeles

Posted by Rachel Finn on April 2, 2013

Walk to End Genocide in Los Angeles

Join Enough Project partner organization Jewish World Watch, or JWW, for the 7th Annual Walk to End Genocide on Sunday, April 14.

We will walk 5K around Pan Pacific Park, Los Angeles, to raise awareness and funds to provide vital resources for those suffering from the horrors of genocide and mass atrocities. Then explore the Global Village, which will include advocacy projects, live music, crafts, and food.  Raise Hope for Congo supporter and artist Omékongo Dibinga will be performing.

Everyone is invited to start a walk team, join an existing team, walk as an individual, make a donation, volunteer, or become a sponsor. There is no fitness requirement for these short, family-friendly walks, so everyone can participate and enjoy. Four other walks in California, in addition to the walk in LA, will take place throughout the month  – find one near you.

With your help, JWW hopes to raise over $100,000 to help people around the world suffering human rights abuses realize a better future. Take this opportunity to learn how your actions can change lives, and to be inspired by the successes JWW has achieved through your efforts.  It's not just a Walk – it's a celebration of our community of conscience!

To register or for more information, please go to:

Jewish World Watch (JWW) is a leading organization in the fight against genocide and mass atrocities. Since its founding in 2004 based on Jewish experience and values, JWW has grown from a collection of Southern California synagogues into a global coalition that includes schools, churches, individuals, communities and partner organizations that share a vision of a world without genocide. JWW has raised more than $11,000,000 for relief and development projects that impact tens of thousands of people in Sudan and Congo.