STOP FUELING WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN YEMEN

As the crisis in Yemen enters its fourth year, the situation there is growing more dire by the day. With close to 80% of its population in need of urgent assistance, Yemen is experiencing the world's largest humanitarian crisis.

US-supported Saudi-led coalition airstrikes are fueling hunger and disease by destroying health clinics, schools, factories and farms on a daily basis. Instead of promoting peace, the US has fueled starvation and prolonged a human-made catastrophe by providing military support to the Saudi-led coalition.

As a result, nearly 16 million Yemenis don't know where their next meal is coming from. 

The House recently voted overwhelmingly to end US support of the Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen. Now, it’s the Senate’s turn to pass the Yemen War Powers Resolution once again.

It's urgent that you write to your representatives in the Senate now and tell them that you won't be complicit in Yemen's crisis. The Senate will debate and vote on the Yemen War Powers Resolution ANY day now – to put a stop to the support of the Saudi-led coalition war.

If the Senate passes the Yemen War Powers Resolution a second time, Congress will send a clear message to the White House that we, the American public, no longer accept the United States’ unconditional support for the Saudi-led coalition’s role in Yemen’s deadly war.

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