By Diana Freeberg, guest writer. Photo credit: “Anguish” by Krikor Khandjian.

When I was in high school, I remember reading a book called Where the Birds Never Sing. The book, written by Jack Sacco, was based off of the stories of his father, one of many soldiers to participate in the liberation of Dachau in 1945.

When I read this book, I had no concept of the term “genocide,” and I had no knowledge of its modern-day history.

Basically, I didn’t know it was still happening. Continue reading “Panel Announcement: A Response to Genocide: Exploring Collective Memory through Participatory Arts”