By the end of WWI over 150,000 Armenian children were left parentless as a direct result of the Armenian Genocide. “Orphans of the Genocide” is a short documentary film produced by the Armenoid Team and presented by the filmmaker himself, Bared Maronian.
February 27 at 2:00 PM in the Library’s Grace Allen Room (4th Floor)
See it Thurs., April 3rd at 6:30 pm in the USF Marshall Student Center Oval Theatre
This 45-minute documentary tells the story of Warsaw Ghetto survivor Jerry Rawicki‘s return visit to Poland in 2013, his first since the Holocaust. Ethnographer Carolyn Ellis captures his thoughts and deep emotions on site in Poland as he visits the places he remembers. He reflects on how place affects what and how he Read more >>
As a humanitarian aid worker, Carl Wilkens moved his young family to Rwanda in the spring of 1990. When the genocide was launched in April 1994, Carl refused to leave, even when urged to do so by close friends, his church and the United States government. Thousands of expatriates evacuated and the United Nations pulled out most of its troops. Carl was the only American to remain in the country.
Venturing out each day into streets Read more >>