Some of us are literally from Darfur. Others are standing in solidarity with Darfuris and all refugees and displaced people around the world that have been forced from their homes—but who continue to strive for peace, protection, and justice. Recently, the word “refugee” has been turned negative and into something to be feared. We know that refugees—children, women, and men—are only looking for hope and opportunity for a life of dignity and peace. #WeAreDarfur is a mosaic of people that calls for open arms in welcoming and supporting refugees everywhere.
Share #WeAreDarfur with your community.
Use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more to share the #WeAreDarfur message.
For more than five years, iACT has had the privilege of working with Raquel Lesser, a rockstar iACT Community Ambassador who supports iACT’s work by creating a personal connection between her community and the Darfuri refugees in camps Djabal and Goz Amer in eastern...read more
Hi there! My name is Naomi Neuman. I am originally from the South Bay area, born and raised in Torrance. I recently graduated from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) with a degree in Political Science and minor in Health Science. I decided to study these...read more
The group of female coach candidates for RUSA camp Bredjing—the first women to ever play soccer in their community. Photo: Sara-Christine Dallain/iACT What does if feel like to be the first women to ever play soccer in your community? It’s the question I’ve been eager...read more