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Educated the Calling All Crows community of music fans on the impacts of mass incarceration and criminalization and connections to racism. Calling All Crows partners with musicians and fans to create change through hands-on service and activism.

Sinceour volunteers have logged over 30, hours of service.

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: to date. Support Native Youth. Several tour stops included food drives and hands-on soup making, which included over volunteers, to support the Pine Ridge Reservation. Cease Fire. This year-long campaign educated fans on the effects of gun violence, in particular its impact on women, and proposed policy solutions that can curb this violence. Nearly 12, Americans are murdered with guns every year -- a rate more than 20 times higher than that of other developed countries. By taking the lead of expert organizations and advocates in the field, like Everytown for Gun Safety and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Calling All Crows used its voice and this campaign to raise awareness about gun violence in the United States and improve the safety of all Americans.

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Forced To Flee. The Forced to Flee campaign focused on the plight of Syrian refugees and their resettlement in the United States. During the tour seasons, music fan volunteers were activated around educational activities to understand the issues related to Syria and refugee resettlement, as well as hands-on activities like clothing drives and assistance with other necessary supplies for refugees resettling in the US.

Bringing Change To Women. Sponsored Calling all country women Calling All Crows for 6 years, the Bringing Change to Women Initiative was an opportunity for musicians and fans to stay involved with our mission to create change for women throughout the year with Calling All Crows and on their own. We provided specific examples of actions fans could take to support local, national or international organizations. These activities included direct service volunteering, advocacy surrounding larger issues, as well as fundraising or donation drives. Through these concerts and events leading up to the weekend Calling All Crows and DISPATCH transformed the way people think about fighting hunger through service, action challenges, community engagement and outreach.

A Hunger Action Leader Team was formed that powered Dispatch Hunger by organizing and attending local events, contributing stories and engaging fans on social media, and coordinating on the ground efforts in New York City during the weekend of the shows. Federal marriage equality was eventually granted in Calling For Maternal Health. This campaign also supported advocacy efforts to support the Maternal Health ability Act. Amplifying Education. This campaign raised awareness and empowered music fans to take action to create change in the US education system, and it engaged music fans in projects like mural-painting to improve local schools and experience the power that hands-on service can have.

Green Summers of Service. Climate change disproportionately impacts women, primarily due to deepening existing inequities. For four summers, our Green Summers of Service served as a way for bands, fans, and festival goers to connect with their local environment and environmental organizations, while learning about climate change and its global impacts.

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The campaign included a pledge campaign for individual actions people could take to reduce their negative impact on the environment, from reducing waste to buying local to advocacy work to legislative advocacy. Abolish the Death Penalty. Inspired by Troy Davis, this campaign ed with Amnesty International, Headcount, and State Radio to abolish the death penalty in the US and to seek justice for Troy Davis, a black man on death row in Georgia who, despite strong evidence suggesting that he was innocent, never received a fair trial.

Sadly, the state of Georgia executed Troy Davis on September 21, While this campaign was not successful in saving Mr. Davis' life, Calling All Crows logged over volunteer hours that highlighted the injustices of the criminal justice system that are still being fought today. Darfur Camps Project. Calling All Crows and Oxfam ed forces again to support this project that served internally displaced women of Darfur through livelihood training and income generation in 2 camps, Abu Shouk and El Salaam.

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