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Teens Visit Capitol Hill at The Human Rights and Genocide Summit

Posted on 06/28/2011 @ 01:50 PM

Teens Visit Capitol Hill

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Day 2 at The Human Rights and Genocide Summit

Posted on 06/28/2011 @ 08:50 AM

Teens are Inspired by Their Peers

This program is SO exciting! It's really thrilling to be in a room of teens who actually really care about issues that are so important to me. The speakers are absolutely amazing. I don't understand why this summit is so short and has to end tomorrow!

Thanks for an amazing conference, PANIM!

Definitely one of the best events I have EVER attended!

Julianne Simson (Sarasota, FL)

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Pictures from The Human Rights and Genocide Summit

Posted on 06/27/2011 @ 04:20 PM

Day 1 at the Human Rights and Genocide Summit

61 Teens from Bulgaria, Canada and the United States are in Washington, DC for the PANIM Institute's Human Rights and Genocide Teen Issue Summit. Stay up to date with the pictures and blogs, right here!

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The Human Rights and Genocide Summit

Posted on 06/27/2011 @ 03:55 PM

We have only been here for a day and I have already learned so much! The topics we have discussed are not those that have simple answers.

- Why is there still Genocide today?
- What does forgiveness mean, and is it applicable in all situations?

I doubt that all of my questions will be answered in the next few days, in-fact, I will probably leave with more. However, the discussions we are engaging in are thought provoking and the professionals that are brought in are inspiring. I am really looking forward to our busy day ahead!

Deb Silver, Clarksville, MD

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Exploring DC

Posted on 03/29/2011 @ 05:02 PM

On Tuesday, I went to the Holocaust museum with my group and some others. There were many profound images that touched the hearts of all the viewers. The museum helped me see what they Holocaust was really about. I found it hard to digest the idea of the Holocaust after seeing horrific photos and artifacts. The museum left me with a feeling of remembrance and gratitude for life. The museum is a compelling nexperience that helps us never forget what happened. Now, with what I've learned at Panim el Panim, I can inspire others to speak up for those who cannot do so for themselves. That's the main lesson I learned from my experience at the Holocaust museum, and now I have the skills I need to really make a difference.

Andre Kohansamad, Congregation B'nai Brith

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