All of these people and more declared genocide was happening in Darfur, Sudan:
The United States Congress (House Concurrent Resolution 467), 22 June 2004, passed 422-0 in the House and by unanimous voice vote in the Senate, declaring state-sponsored genocide by the proxy militias known as Janjaweed. Therefore, each member of the 108th United States Congress has technically declared that the situation in Darfur is a genocide. All but three members of the 109th United States Congress voted in favor of the Darfur Peace and Accountability Act, a law signed by President Bush in October 2006 that restated the findings of genocide. Additional individual statements by members of the US Congress are noted below.
US Sen. Russell Feingold, 22 July 2004
US Secretary of State Colin Powell, 9 September 2004
US President George W. Bush, 9 September 2004 Restated declaration in June 2005 and in a meeting with activists from the Save Darfur Coalition, 28 April 2006
Jewish World Watch, 16 September 2004, in a sermon by Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis.
US Sen. John Kerry, prior to 16 September 2004
US Sen. Joseph Lieberman, 2 March 2005
Armenian Assembly of America, 2 March 2005
US Sen. and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, 15 April 2005
American Jewish Committee, 6 May 2005
Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights, July 2005
US Sen. Barack Obama, 22 July 2005