anonymous
  • anonymous
I am doing a project on the Holocaust...I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on what can we do in the world to prevent future genocides...
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
anyone have ideas?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I was thinking, just explain that leaders are part of the problems not just those specific people...don't know if that sounds stupid
anonymous
  • anonymous
really need help on this

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You still need help?
GoldPhenoix
  • GoldPhenoix
This website is made for educating us on how to prevent future genocides. http://www.genocidewatch.org/howpreventgenocideic.html I am sure you will have sufficient information to help you with your project. =) I hope I was useful~
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nation offhand.org Never before has the idea of preventing genocide been so widely discussed, and so popularly supported, in the United States. Thus President Barack Obama’s creation, in April 2012, of the Atrocities Prevention Board, the first high-level U.S. government initiative on the issue. Shortly afterward, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum commissioned a public opinion poll that found 66 percent of Americans believe genocide is preventable and 69 percent think the United States should prevent or stop genocide or mass atrocities from occurring in other parts of the world. It looks as if even today we are trying to prevent genocide. Check out that website. It's pretty informative.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry. My phone auto corrected. Nationofchange.org

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