Youth genocide survivors advocate for tolerance & peace: The College at Brockport

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Youth genocide survivors advocate for tolerance & peace

Check out The Survivors exhibit, now on display in the Drake Memorial Library. It presents the tragic history of a family, who fled genocide in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Before arriving in Rochester as refugees, siblings Sandra Uwiringiyimama and Alex Ngabo fled genocide in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The exhibit is their visual story. Join us for the Exhibit's Opening Reception on Thursday, September 27, at 6 pm in the Queen Room of the Library. It is free and open to the public. A member of Sandra and Alex's family will be the guest speaker.

The Survivor's Exhibit is part of a series sponsored by the Anthropology Department and the Drake Memorial Library. Stay tuned for the schedule of events which highlight international human rights issues and their impact our local Brockport-Rochester communities.

For more information, contact the Human Rights Event Series co-organizers, Dr. Pilapa Esara Carroll and Wendy Prince. Special thanks extends to our exhibit installers: Dr. Jamie Spiller and the Public History course students, Dr. Alex Smith and the Historical Archaeology course students, as well as Tim Massey and Tate Shaw for their guidance.


Dr. Pilapa Esara Carroll (Anthropology) at x5345 or

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