World Affairs Council of New Hampshire | Identifying the Warning Signs
March 30, 2023
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Portsmouth Public Library
175 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth, NH 03801
For more information and to register, visit https://wacnh.org/event-5151627
The past becomes prologue if societies do not learn the right lessons and take preventative action. With plenty of examples throughout history, the world has ample evidence on what leads to a genocide in all of its forms, yet there are at least a dozen current genocide emergencies in the world today, as defined by Genocide Watch.
Join the NH Fulbright Association and the World Affairs Council of NH, in partnership with the Lantos Foundation and the Portsmouth Public Library, for a important discussion with Dr. David Livingstone Smith, Professor of Philosophy at the University of New England. Audience members will discuss the warning signs of an impending genocide and what can societies, communities, and individuals do to prevent the attempted eradication of a people. Discussions will also focus on the recent global rise of antisemitism, the dangers of communities denying genocides, and what the international community can do to amplify support for ending genocides.
This event can be attended in-person, or online via livestream at www.wacnh.org.
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