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Nathan Alexander (left), 17, and Adam Heil, 19, run through Jacksontown on US 40 June 13. They are part of a team of students running 1,300 miles in relay fashion from Wichita, KS to Washington DC to raise awareness of genocide throughout the world. The team partnered with the Genocide Intervention Network, STAND: a student anti-genocide coalition. Each student runs 13 miles per day. The journey began June 2 to end June 20. The relay, titled "Never Ignore, Never Forget," has a $100,000 fundraising goal. Visit neverignore.org. Beacon photo by Scott Rawdon. Nathan Alexander (left), 17, and Adam Heil, 19, run through Jacksontown on US 40 June 13. They are part of a team of students running 1,300 miles in relay fashion from Wichita, KS to Washington DC to raise awareness of genocide throughout the world. The team partnered with the Genocide Intervention Network, STAND: a student anti-genocide coalition. Each student runs 13 miles per day. The journey began June 2 to end June 20. The relay, titled "Never Ignore, Never Forget," has a $100,000 fundraising goal. Visit neverignore.org. Beacon photo by Scott Rawdon.

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