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Stop Genocide is a campaign of Faith Coalition to Stop Genocide in Burma.

We do the following:

  1. Work to end genocide, human rights violations, promote democratic transformation and create peace in Burma.
  2. Educate America about the ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity being committed against Rohingyas, Kachin and other ethnic and religious groups which constituted 40% of all people in Burma.
  3. Demand unfettered access for the UN, international aid, media, and human rights organizations.
  4. Address the wellbeing of the survivors of this genocide through self help programs
  5. Commit to reforesting through planting of fast-growing bamboo throughout the camps which will aid in stabilizing the barren hills refugees are forced to live on.

Coalition Partners

Faith Organizations

  • In Defense of Christians
  • Interfaith Center of New York
  • Pax Christi-NY
  • JACOB
  • Charter For Compassion
  • Compassionate Atlanta
  • Buddhist Humanitarian Project
  • Justice For All
  • Beloved Community Interfaith Network

Institutional Partners:

  • The Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) – Binghamton University
  • Manhattan College: Holocaust, Genocide & Interfaith Education Center

Our letter to the State Department

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Signatories

  1. Greg Mitchell, Co-Chair, International Religious Freedom Roundtable
  2. Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
  3. Property Rights Alliance
  4. Bhuchung Tsering, International Campaign for Tibet
  5. Nguyen Dinh Thang, PhD, CEO & President, Boat People SOS
  6. Thien Nguyen, Buddhist Solidarity Association
  7. Hanh Thai-Tang, The Junior Sacerdotal Caodai Council
  8. Jianli Yang, Citizen Power Initiatives for China=
  9. Dr. Carl Herbster, President, AdvanceUSA
  10. Colin Christopher, Islamic Society of North America
  11. Kelly Yaegermann, The Way To Happiness Association of Tampa Bay
  12. Scott Morgan, Red Eagle Enterprises
  13. Lawrence I. Lerner, Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union
  14. Association for Advancing Freedom of Religion or Belief in Vietnam (AFoRB-VN)
  15. Helen Ngo, Chairwoman, Committee for Religious Freedom in Vietnam
  16. Vietnamese Women for Human Rights
  17. Vietnam – Coalition Against Torture (VN-CAT)
  18. Tony Tran, Chairman, Con Dau Parishioners Association
  19. Hammad Ahmad, Ahmadiyya Community
  20. Abdelkarim Benothman, Religious freedom, peace and human rights activist
  21. DOVA International Charities, Ltd.
  22. Michael Farris, President, CEO & General Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
  23. Bob Roberts, Founding Pastor, Northwood Church and President, GlocalNet
  24. Greg Surratt, Founding Pastor, Seacoast Church and President, Association of Related Churches
  25. JD Greer, President, Southern Baptist Convention and Pastor, The Summit Church
  26. Micah Fries, Senior Pastor, Brainerd Baptist Church
  27. Nic Burleson, Founding Pastor, Timber Ridge Church
  28. Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chair, Burma Task Force
  29. Imam Mohamed Magid
  30. The Rev. Dr. Chloe Breyer, Executive Director, The Interfaith Center of New York
  31. Hena Zuberi, Justice For All
  32. Muhammad Shafiq, Professor, Islamic Center of Rochester
  33. Shaukhat Kyaw Soe Aung Ali, Founder and Executive Director, Rohingya American Society
  34. Donald Palmer, Muslim Association of Virginia
  35. Humaira Ali M.D., Interfaith Group
  36. Wa’el Alzayat, CEO, Emgage Action
  37. Imam Omar Suleiman, Founder and President, Yaqeen Institute of Islamic Research
  38. Rev. Petra Zenryū Hubbeling, Zen Peacemakers Low Lands
  39. Brighter Future Counseling
  40. Ocean Zendo
  41. Melanie Klein, Executive Director and Buddhist Minister of the Boulder Shambhala Center
  42. Charley Rosicky, Director of Health and Wellbeing, Boulder Shambhala Center
  43. Kelly R. Perline, CAGS, M.Ed, Perline Center for Compassion and Connection
  44. Julia Gies, Cedar Hills United Church of Christ
  45. Hoka Chris Fortin , Dharma Heart Zen
  46. Rev. Reirin Gumbel, Milwaukee Zen Center
  47. Stephanie Monroney, Seattle Soto Zen
  48. Windham County Buddhists
  49. Brittany Porter, Buddhist Action Coalition NYC
  50. Kathleen Y. Drury, Buddhist Peace Fellowship Chicago
  51. Alfonso Taboada, acharya, Shambhala
  52. Suntheary Cheavor, Peace For All
  53. Sophie Leger, Director of Translations, Shambhala International
  54. Mushin Terris, Spiritual Director, Buddhists Responding Corvallis
  55. Rev. Zuiko Redding, Cedar Rapids Zen Center – Jikyouji (Buddhist)
  56. Simon Billeness, International Campaign for the Rohingya
  57. Upasaka ShenJing Gilenson, Bodhi & Bass Hermitage
  58. Judith O’Brien, Principal, Alliance Architecture
  59. Travis Wussow, VP for Public Policy, ERLC
  60. Danny Akin, President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  61. Philippe Nassif, Executive Director, In Defense of Christians
  62. Matias Perttula, Advocacy Director, International Christian Concern
  63. Rev. Denis Hoin Darby, Zen Priest, Engaged Buddhism
  64. Greater Saint Louis Buddhism
  65. Michael Calvisi, Shambhala
  66. St. John’s Shambhala
  67. Ven. Sangye Khadro, Teacher, FPMT
  68. Miekie Awater, Pensionada Federation Dutch Union
  69. Jerome Freedman, PhD, Mindfulness Breaks
  70. Mara Lenon, BScN, MSW, Social Worker, psychotherapist, Mara Lenon Counselling
  71. Nazim Ahmed, Awareness of Myanmar’s Genocide
  72. Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW)
  73. Rev. Dr. Robert L. Brashear, HR, Presbytery of New York City
  74. Gary Allen, Education Director, Ratna Peace Initiative
  75. Ven. Amala Wrightson, New Zealand Buddhist Council
  76. Rabbi Michael Feinberg, Director, Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
  77. Rev. Dr. T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki, Heiwa Peace and Reconciliation Foundation of New York
  78. Ecclesia Ministries of New York
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