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Help the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide confront and stop threats of genocide. Action takes many forms, and every action counts. Find out more about places at risk of genocide or related crimes against humanity. 

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Stay connected with the Museum's Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide to learn more about how you can help prevent genocide. Sign up to receive email updates and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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Spread the world about what you’ve learned with friends, family, members of organizations you belong to, and coworkers.

Support Education and Relief Efforts

Support the Museum’s ongoing efforts to draw attention to places at risk of genocide or related crimes against humanity. Find out more about hard working organizations, what they’re doing, and how you can help them.

Contact the Media

Tell TV, radio, newspaper and Internet journalists that you want more and better coverage of places at risk of genocide or related crimes against humanity. Visit their websites, call them, and send emails providing feedback on their coverage.

Communicate with Decision Makers

Talk about the need to provide humanitarian assistance, protect civilians, stop the violence, and promote solutions to crises with your elected representatives.