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How can the past move us forward?

After our 24-Hour Name Reading Ceremony, we will be bringing in a panel of guests to discuss the importance of remembering and recognizing the victims of genocide. Present will include a Rwandan Genocide survivor, Armenian Genocide descendant, Holocaust descendant, Righteous (Among the Nations) Christian, Congolese refugee, and scholar who studies genocide. These diverse voices will help to share the importance of the work done to confront human atrocities and honor the legacies of their victims.

Contact: Coalition for Preserving Memory