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Time: December 10, 2021, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m. EST

Ticket: Free, Registration Not Required

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  • The north-south highway between Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf in Bangladesh sees a steady flow of Rohingya refugees in September 2017. Greg Constantine for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • The north-south highway between Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf in Bangladesh sees a steady flow of Rohingya refugees in September 2017. Greg Constantine for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Museum’s newest exhibition, Burma’s Path to Genocide, explores how the Rohingya went from citizens to outsiders—and became targets of a sustained campaign of genocide.

The exhibition features the voices and stories of Rohingya survivors of genocide, and highlights the Rohingya people’s history and humanity. It also allows visitors to grapple with the world’s failure to prevent genocide and contemplate what justice would mean for victims and survivors.

At this event, Rohingya leaders, US government and international officials, and the exhibition's curator, Greg Constantine, will discuss the crimes against the Rohingya community. Experts will examine the ongoing risks the Rohingya people face, and the urgent need to protect the population from future mass atrocities.

Watch on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CenterForThePreventionOfGenocide. You do not need a Facebook account to view our program. The recording will be available to watch on demand on the Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide Facebook page.

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