Did you know that 19 nations around the world are currently experiencing conflicts that could devolve into genocide? Please consider joining Greg and Tish Laemmle on the 2014 Los Angeles Walk to End Genocide April 27 at Pan Pacific Park. It’s being organized by Jewish World Watch as part of Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month. From the website where you can sign up:
“Join thousands of your fellow activists for JWW’s 8th Annual Walk to End Genocide on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at Pan Pacific Park in Los Angeles from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Visit the Global Village Festival, before and after the Walk, for information and advocacy booths on Darfur, Sudan, Congo and other human rights abuses, conflict minerals campaign and other advocacy opportunities, solar cooker demonstrations, crafts, merchandise, food, music and more.
“Take one step closer to a world without genocide by walking 3 miles on paved surfaces around Pan Pacific Park. Together with the 2014 Honorary Committee Co-chairs Mayor Eric Garcetti & Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Vice Chair, former councilwoman Joy Picus, and committee members, including the entire City Council and Board of Supervisors, the City Attorney, City Controller, District Attorney and Sheriff, we will walk to let our local community and the world know that we will not stand idly by while human rights violations continue to impact the lives of innocent men, women and children.”