Topic: THE TRANS-ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE: A Form of Genocide
Thursdays – March 6, March 20, March 27, 2013, 4 – 6 p.m.
(Location to be announced)
Facilitated by Larry Greene, Ph.D., Prof. of History, Seton Hall University, and Michael Gialanella, D.Litt, Adjunct member of Seton Hall Department of History; Special guest participant, Dr. Obiri Addo, Adjunct Associate Professor, African Studies & Religion, Drew University. This program is being coordinated with Drew’s Pan-African Studies Program. Director: Professor Lillie Edwards
$30 registration fee; up to 6 CEU units available
REMEMBERING THE RWANDAN GENOCIDE
April 16, 2014
Twenty Years After the Genocide in Rwanda: A Survivor Reflects on the Journey Back from the Abyss.
Speaker: Eugenie Mukeshimana, Genocide Survivor & Founder/Executive Director of the Genocide Survivors Support Network
Place: Crawford Hall, Ehringer Center, Room 152
Free & open to the public
Annual Yom HaShoah Commemoration
April 23, 2013
Screening of René and I, a 75-minute documentary film that tells the story of young twins René and Irene, who spent more than a year in Auschwitz under the notorious Dr. Josef Mengele.
Special guest presenters: Irene Hizme, whose story is told in René and I, and Leora Kahn, Executive Producer
Place: Baldwin Gymnasium
Free & open to the community
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