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Saturday, June 19, 2010

HOMELESS AND MOSTLY FORGOTTEN - 40 MILLION REFUGEES


Newport, Rhode Island

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Stop genocide now

World Refugee Day is June 20

I cannot represent all places on the planet that have refugee camps. Below is just a small sample.

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Uploaded June 21, 2009 by stopgenocidenow
World Refugee Day 2009.
The i-ACT team gathers people at refugee Camp Djabal, getting ready to bring the world 4 hours of live streaming from the camp - one year ago. These Darfuris of Sudan live in a refugee camp, in the bordering country of Chad.
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Uploaded June 7, 2010 by stopgenocidenow

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Uploaded November 30, 2009 by RefugeesIntl

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Uploaded May 28, 2009 by RefugeesIntl
Narrated by Sam Waterston
Music by James Sale


Text at youtube that accompanies the above video: This video celebrates Refugees International's 30 years of lifesaving action around the world and highlights our successes in generating assistance and protection for refugees in Southeast Asia, Rwanda and Iraq.

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Uploaded April 2, 2007 by RefugeesIntl

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Uploaded June 03, 2010 by RefugeesIntl
Refugees International's president Dan Glickman and senior advocate Patrick Duplat assessed conditions for displaced people in Pakistan in May 2010. This footage is from their visit to the Jalozai Camp in Peshawar, which now holds approximately 107,000 internally displaced people.

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Contact President Obama

http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact

202-456-1111

and your elected officials at 1-800 GENOCIDE


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