Coalition Against Global Genocide
Indiana, United States
The Coalition Against Global Genocide was created to educate, motivate, and empower people to take a stand against genocide and crimes against humanity. It was founded by Roz Duman in 2006 as the Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action, before being renamed as Coalition Against Global Genocide.
The coalition addresses the phenomenon that genocides continue to occur to the present day. It recognizes that the examples of Rwanda, Darfur, Myanmar, and multiple other cases demonstrate that the lessons of the Holocaust have proven to be so easily forgotten. Therefore, it places an emphasis on the importance of genocide education.
There are over 40 members of the Coalition Against Global Genocide. Each member has contributed its own efforts to the shared cause of genocide prevention, education, recognition, and justice.