Drew Talks Examine Human Rights Abuses

From South West Africa to Myanmar

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MADISON — Drew University is examining human rights, colonialism, genocide and survival in talks presented by its Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study.

Each talk is free and includes a question and answer session. Here’s a look at the next two speakers:

Monday, March 18: Harvard Lecturer Paul Edwards
Edwards, who lectures on history and literature, probes questions of race that emerged from the German assault of the Herero ethnic group in South West Africa during the early 20th century.
4:00 p.m., Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, Room 106

Monday, March 25: Rowan University Professor Joshua Gedacht
Gedacht, who teaches Islamic world history, examines the refugee crisis created by the persecution of Rohingya people in Myanmar.
4:00 p.m., Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, Room 106

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