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Srebrenica Remembers July 11

Reference: AlJazeera English

Description: Tens of thousands of people have gathered to remember the eight thousand victims of the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia in 1995. As part of the commemorations, more than 300 massacre victims, identified from a mass grave, were finally given a proper funeral. Richard Bestic reports.

The War in Bosnia

Reference: youtube username Nalada

Description: Footage of war crimes comitted against bosnian muslims by serbian and croatian armed forces (1992-1995)


It matters that the world knows

Reference: Jagovern143

Description: Little Mattie Stepanek tells us that it matters that the world knows! Bring about awareness of genocide in Darfur, Sudan. (esp. children’s drawings)

Staring Genocide in the Face

Reference: youtube username ushmm

Description: Jerry Fowler, former staff director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Committee on Conscience, traveled to Chad in May 2004 to investigate the threat of genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. The Committee on Conscience, which guides the museum’s genocide prevention activities, issued a genocide alert for Sudan in July 2004. Fowler interviewed refugees spread over hundreds of miles in eastern Chad. In this photo essay, Fowler comments on his travels through Eastern Chad, the people he met there, and the region’s hopes for the future.

The Darfur Genocide: a Present Reality

Reference: youtube username jesusfreak864

Description: Good footage between 1:12 and 1:30

Day 10 of i-Act 6

Reference: youtube username stopgenocidenow

Description: stillpictures from Darfur


Samantha Power: Responding to Genocide in Darfur

Reference: youtube username facinghistory 76

Description: Samantha Power talks about Darfur

Save Darfur

Reference: youtube username p1ah

Description: Darfur photos

Testimonial of an ex-soldier of the janjaweed

Reference: youtube username fbby

Description: Testimonial

The ONLY American Witness of Genocide in Darfur – Part 2

Reference: youtube username Ks33n

Description: Survivors speaking

Samantha Power at Boston’s Night to Save Darfur

Reference: youtube username worthycauses

Description: Expert

Barack Obama

Reference: 24 hours for Darfur

Description: Obama calls for actions

Voices from Darfur

Reference: savedarfurcoalition, http://www.savedarfur.org

Description: 30 second video – voices

Other useful footage:

Heart of Darfur

Description: The film Heart of Darfur captures the desperation of daily life in remote villages, crowded refugee camps and in El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur that is now home to 100,000 refugees and 10,000 U.N. personnel. Heart of Darfur takes a look at the people and places affected by what has been called “the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.”



Description: Interviews, Survivor Statements




On our Watch

Description: Three years of fighting in Darfur have destroyed hundreds of villages, displaced 2.2 million and led to more than 400,000 deaths. President Bush has accused the government of Sudan of genocide, but the U.S. has taken few concrete actions to stop the fighting. Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary tells the story of those who have lost their loved ones to this war, those who are fighting to survive and those who are working to bring peace to the region. It is up to us to tell US policy makers that they can not stand idly by while genocide unfolds. Together we can be a powerful voice for lifesaving action.



Rwandan Genocide Project SS11

Reference: youtube username thenonscenekid

Description: compelling genocide pictures of Rwanda

Remembering 1994 Rwanda Genocide Victims – never again

Reference: youtube username gasasira

Description: shocking footage

Ghosts of Rwanda

Reference: Frontline documentation (pbs)

Description: documentary with compelling footage and interviews

Help us – President Clinton ignories cries form Rwanda

Reference: youtube username jvideos8

Description: good footage including Radio Mille collines

Voices of Rwanda


Memory of the Camps

Description: Sixty years ago, in the spring of 1945, Allied forces liberating Europe found evidence of atrocities which have tortured the world’s conscience ever since. As the troops entered the German concentration camps, they made a systematic film record of what they saw. Work began in the summer of 1945 on the documentary, but the film was left unfinished. FRONTLINE found it stored in a vault of London’s Imperial War Museum and, in 1985, broadcast it for the first time using the title the Imperial War Museum gave it, “Memory of the Camps.



Reference: STAND – http://www.standnow.org/learn/library/videos

Description: Footage of the aftermath of mass atrocities (~ 01:00 – 02:00)

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