Event will be held at 10 a.m. Mountain Standard Time / 6 p.m. Central European Standard Time
Join the Srebrenica Memorial Center and the Graduate School of Social Work in an hour long event as they discuss the newest book “Voices from Srebrenica: Survivor Narratives of the Bosnian Genocide” and offer a remembrance for the more-than 8000 Muslim men and boys who were killed in the Bosnian genocide in July 1995.
Hear harrowing personal narratives, revealing stories of individual trauma, loss and resilience. Lessons learned from Srebrenica and the importance of international partnerships will also be discussed. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions.
Dr. Emir Suljagić, director of Srebrenica Memorial Center
Dr. Amanda Moore McBride, dean of Graduate School of Social Work
Ann Petrila, author and professor at the Graduate School of Social Work
Hasan Hasanović, author, survivor, and head of research at Srebrenica Memorial Center
Closed captioning will be made available.