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Genocide Watch has accomplished all it has over fifteen years on an initial donation of $25,000 by Director Charles Pillsbury and Jean Sanderson, with additional donations from Director Rev. Lonnie and Fran Turner, and individual donors and school groups.
Genocide Watch must raise $25,000 by the end of 2015 to stay in operation.  We have raised $20,000 toward this goal.  Please donate now.



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