HOLD THE DATE
World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
and University of Redlands with the inland Empire
Council for the Social Studies
invite school and community educators to….
JUSTICE AFTER GENOCIDE
Facing History and Ourselves
Thursday, September 12, 2019
4:45 – 8:00 pm
University of Redlands, Casa Loma Room, Brockton Ave.
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.
The California History-Social Science Framework includes study
of the Holocaust and other genocides in recent history. The goal
is to learn why they happened and what can be done to help
the victims and promote justice. Sadly, these issues apply to
youth and others in the community today as well as history.
Registration will begin in mid August.