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The world needs to remember the Holocaustthe Armenian genocidethe Rwandandanthe Cambodian genocide#NEVERAGAIN is dedicated to genocide remembrance and awareness, which rallies under the #neveragain hashtag. We also support human and civil rights causes. Most recently, we have championed the cause of gun regulation in the U.S., and we support the efforts of the Parkland students.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to empower the young people of the world to create meaningful and lasting change through their activism. champions several causes, including genocide awareness, civil rights, human rights, and more recently, gun regulation and school safety. We seek to support the causes of those who are working to create positive change for the betterment of our society, our nation, and our world.

Causes We Support
Genocide Awareness

Now more than ever, the world needs to remember the atrocities of the past to prevent genocides of the future. The world is still at risk of revisiting the horrors of the past. Most frighteningly, the world is at risk of forgetting the past.

Human Rights

Around the globe, there are places where basic human rights are not respected. We support organizations dedicated to upholding and enforcing international laws on human rights and holding those who violate those rights accountable.

Civil Rights

We support the ongoing efforts of civil rights groups and leaders across the United States. For our society and nation to flourish, we need to remain steadfast in our enforcement of civil rights to promote equality for all Americans.

Gun Control

We support the Never Again movement started by the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Never again should children in our schools die in their classrooms. It’s time to take action on gun control.

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