Tell Congress: Stop refueling famine in Yemen

Saudi Arabia's war and blockade have pushed Yemen to the brink of famine. Every 10 minutes a child in Yemen dies of preventable causes. When UNICEF's director was asked how to end Yemen's humanitarian catastrophe, he said: "Stop the war." In addition to arming the war, the U.S. refuels Saudi and UAE warplanes bombing Yemen; Saudi-UAE warplanes can't conduct their bombing of Yemen without U.S. refueling.

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Background:
> NPR: 1 Million Malnourished Children At Risk Of Cholera In Yemen
> UNICEF: Video: Partnerships for children - UNICEF and ECHO tackling malnutrition and disease in Yemen
> The Intercept: U.S. Doubled Fuel Support for Saudi Bombing Campaign in Yemen After Deadly Strike on Funeral
> Foreign Policy: From the War on al Qaeda to a Humanitarian Catastrophe: How the U.S. Got Dragged Into Yemen
> NPR: Yemen Now Faces 'The Worst Cholera Outbreak In The World,' U.N. Says