Memory In The Face Of Denial: Srebrenica 25 Years Later

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Denial is the final stage of genocide. Denial by perpetrators, whether by words or by taking steps to cover their acts, or even refusing to recognize atrocities years later, impacts the memory of genocide.

Join the Illinois Holocaust Museum, Bosnian American Genocide Institute, and Srebrenica Memorial Center for a thought-provoking discussion between eyewitnesses of the genocide in Srebrenica as they share their memories and experiences during the genocide, and their ongoing fight to combat genocide denial 25 years later.

Moderated by Ida Sefer and Dr. David Pettigrew, this virtual event on July 9, 2020 includes VII photographer and co-founder Ron Haviv as a panelist, along with Roy Gutman, Hasan Hasanovi?, Amra Begic, and Senada Pargan. Reserve your spot here.