A big-game hunting corporation may soon sign a deal that could force 48,000 people of the Massai tribe off their land in Tanzania to make room for Middle Eastern royalty who want to shoot animals, according to a new campaign. The campaign's goal is to get enough signatures on its petition to pressure Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete to reject the deal. While the campaign originally aimed for 150,000 signatures, the petition is now at 814,000 and counting—it has even got the support of former archbishop Desmond Tutu. Want to help? Sign the petition below.