After a genocide event, there are voices of remembrance by generations of past survivors. The victims live with the trauma of the experience which is passed on to following generations of survivors. How does this affect individuals, groups, and nation-states? What does acknowledgement and commemoration mean for genocide awareness and justice? Doug Becker speaks with Stephen D. Smith, Dovile Budryte, and Maria Armoudian.
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