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View Resource Voices on Genocide Prevention

Genocide is a difficult topic, and one that is most deserving of attention and time from both the media and the general public. Presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this series of podcasts is offered under the able direction of Jerry Fowler, who is the staff director of the Committee on Conscience at the Museum. The program was started in 2006, and since then Fowler has...
View Resource Preventing Genocide

The United States Holocaust Museum website contains a section on genocide which offers eyewitness accounts of victims of various genocides, a timeline that details the concept and law of genocide, and information about the peoples who are at risk of becoming victims of genocide in our own time. The "World is Witness" link, located on the left hand menu, takes visitors to a map of the areas at...
View Resource Imagine the Unimaginable: Ending Genocide in the 21st Century

This thoughtful and introspective symposium was presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in cooperation with the Council on Foreign Relations and CNN. The program was held in July 2012, and this site provides access to the entire program. The keynote address is by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and the symposium includes conversations with Wolf Blitzer and important...

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