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The International Rescue Committee is known throughout the globe for its outstanding support for migrants and refugees; however, the humanitarian organization is dead set on honoring the war profiteer Larry Fink at its November Rescue Gala in New York City. Send a message to David Miliband, CEO of the IRC: there is nothing humanitarian about profiting from weapons sales.

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  • Rashid Jorvee
    commented 2018-10-04 00:44:39 -0400
    That is the weapon which creates conflict between nations and kill the innocent civilians and forces civilians to leave their city and live a life as a refugee. There is no worth of weapon for the human. There is nothing humanitarian about profiting from weapons sales.
  • Sucy Varughese
    commented 2018-10-03 19:23:25 -0400
    HONOUR HUMANITARIANS WHO WORK FOR AND WITH REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS NOT LARRY FINK WHO PROFITEERS FROM WEAPONS SALES AND WARS THAT CREATE REFUGEE CRISES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
  • Mona Sulzman Sulzman
    followed this page 2018-10-03 18:47:00 -0400
  • Carl Stilwell
    commented 2018-10-03 14:05:02 -0400
    There is nothing humanitarian about profiting from weapons sales. Larry Fink should not be rewarded for something he’s not.
  • Gerry Milliken Milliken
    commented 2018-10-03 11:01:55 -0400
    The two leading contributors to the current global refugee crisis are climate change and war. Under Larry Fink’s watch, BlackRock maintains significant stakes in weapons companies such as General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon. Fink’s BlackRock props up weapons manufacturers, undermining diplomacy between countries and preventing the proper compassionate care of refugees and internally displaced persons.

    Weapons manufacturer General Dynamics is a prime example of a company making a big profit from incarcerated migrant children at U.S. detention camps.

    Makes me question IRC’s commitment!