Arts & Culture

Genocide and Justice: From Nuremberg to the International Criminal Court

World Without Genocide’s traveling exhibit, “Genocide and Justice: From Nuremberg to the International Criminal Court,” will be on display at the Minnesota State Capitol through October 10, 2019, in the North Corridor, adjacent to the Rotunda.
The display features 23 free-standing banners with information about the Holocaust and the genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur; information about the international tribunals and prosecutions of the perpetrators of these tragedies; and recognition of global “upstanders” in human rights who have made important contributions to justice.
The exhibit is generously sponsored by Phyllis Kahn, former long-time member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, and is free to all visitors at the Capitol and can be viewed during regular Capitol hours. It is available for rental to colleges and universities, faith organizations, civic groups, and other entities. For more information, contact or 651-695-7621.
World Without Genocide promotes education and action to protect innocent people, prevent genocide, prosecute perpetrators, and remember those affected by genocide.

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