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Justice After Genocide

  • September 12, 2019
  • 4:45 PM - 8:00 PM
  • University of Relands


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  • any university


World Affairs Council Inland Southern California, University of Redlands
with the inland Empire Council for the Social Studies 

invite school and community educators and counselors to….


Facilitated by Jason David from Facing History and Ourselves

 Thursday, September 12, 2019   
4:45 – 8:00 pm

Registration fee: $25
(includes materials and light supper)
Maximum participation = 40

Event Location: University of Redlands

Casa Loma Room, Brockton Ave.
Free parking

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In advance by mail:
World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
11161 Anderson Street, Suite 105-PMB 10009
Loma Linda, CA 92354 

In advance by credit card: 
Call 909-558-7446 and provide info to Katie Yutuc

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Studies of the 20th c. have found that the last 100 years has seen
more people die through genocide and state-sanctioned murder
than on the century’s many battlefields. Effectively responding to
genocide, ethnic violence, and abuses of human rights is a
primary challenge of our day.
Communities and schools deal daily
with people who have lived through the experience.

The California History-Social Science Framework includes study
of the Holocaust and other genocides in recent history. The goal
is to learn why these atrocities happened, how they can be
prevented, and what can be done to help the victims. The
hardest part is rebuilding societies and trust among people
and institutions.
Though the atrocities themselves are discussed,
the major focus of Justice After Genocide is how we as a
community of people and nations can rebuild societies and
create trust in neighbors, government, and the future.

Watch the video of the Genocide in Rwanda World Affairs
Council-Loma Linda University program from May 28, 2019.
If provides first person accounts of people who lived through
the horrendous Rwandan Genocide.  
To view the video, select the Facebook button

Download and share the flier below with colleagues
Justice After GenocideRevFlier.pdf

Registration Deadline - September 12, 2019

Download and share the flier below with colleagues
Justice After GenocideRevFlier.pdf

Photo source:

Posted on
August 28, 2018 by Afshan Zahra in Protest Updates, World


World Affairs Council of
Inland Southern California
24888 Prospect Ave.
Loma Linda, CA 92354

Office Phone: 909-558-7446