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“Understanding Genocide” 
Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira
Associate Professor of Sociology

More than 40 genocides have taken place since the Holocaust, resulting in the loss of millions of lives and much harm to peoples and communities worldwide. In this talk, Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira address why genocide happens, including efforts to predict and prevent this grave crime. The talk likewise considers why people commit genocide and how communities rebuild in the aftermath. This talk is appropriate for high schoolers and beyond. 



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