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Phone Campaign to Demand U.S. Congress Condemn the State-Sanctioned Amhara Genocide


Dear Supporters,

Please call your House of Representatives Members and Senators to condemn in the strongest terms Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, Oromia Regional President Shimelis Abdisa, and the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) for the state-sanctioned genocide being committed against the Amhara people in the so-called Oromia Region.


Follow the step-by-step instructions below to call your representatives. PLEASE make the calls EVERYDAY!!!!!

It will only take 30 seconds of your day!!!


Step 1: Find your House of Representatives Member by using the link below:

Ø https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative and enter your ZIP Code.

Ø Write down the name and phone number of your House of Representatives Members.


Step 2: Find your Senator by using the link below:

Ø https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm?OrderBy=state&Sort=ASC

Ø From the drop down select your State.

Ø Write down the name and phone number of your two Senators.


Step 3: Phone script. Please call your House of Representatives Member and your two Senators.


Hi, my name is <Name> and I live in <City, State>. I am calling to ask my representative to condemn the genocide being perpetuated against the Amhara people in Ethiopia. On June 18th, over 1,500 Amharas were massacred in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia by the Oromo Liberation Army with the support of federal and regional government officials and security forces. On July 4th, over 300 Amharas were massacred in a similar way. I would like my representative <Name of your Representative> to condemn this act of terror by the Oromo Liberation Army, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Oromia Regional President Shimelis Abdisa against innocent civilians and stand with the Amhara people.


Please call EVERYDAY!!!!

Questions: info@AmharaAmerica.org.


Note: Even if your Representative or Senator’s office does not pick up the call please leave a voice

message.


The PDF version of this Phone call campaign is available here.