Curated by Nikki Bambauer
Friends separated by the Holocaust reunite in California
Associated Press, April 13, 2018
Separated for 76 years, two Holocaust survivors had an emotional reunion last month in Los Angeles. Read Article >
Everyone Supports Preventing Atrocity Crimes, But What Works?
The Global Observatory, May 7, 2018
Since the Nuremberg Trials after the Holocaust, the global community has continued to develop tools and methods for dealing with mass atrocity, yet we still fail to prevent widespread violence. Why? Read Article >
Researchers Uncover Two Hidden Pages in Anne Frank’s Diary
The New York Times, May 15, 2018
Digital imaging technology has now made it possible to read two pages from Anne Frank’s diary. Read Article >
State Assembly resolution urges changes in Polish Holocaust law
J. – The Jewish News of Northern California, May 30, 2018
The California State Assembly passed a resolution urging Polish lawmakers to revise or reverse their new Holocaust law, which would criminalize any mention of Polish complicity in the Holocaust. Read Article >
Myanmar and UN announce deal for return of Rohingya
The Guardian, May 31, 2018
Myanmar’s government has announced an agreement with two UN agencies for the return of Rohingya refugees who fled violence in Rakhine state, but many Rohingya are concerned that the agreement does not do enough to protect their safety. Read Article >
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