Ellen J. Kennedy will present “Burma: Democracy or Genocide?" This is the story of Burmese activist Ang San Suu Kyi, whose life
encompasses Burma’s political and ethnic turmoil, including her father’s assassination; the targeting of the Rohinga, Karen and Karenni people; and the powerful pro-democracy movement. Kennedy is the founder and executive director of World Without Genocide at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn. She is a winner of the Anne Frank Center’s Outstanding Citizen Award.
This presentation is in conjunction with the "Tents of Witness" exhibit at various places across campus during the week of March 11. These events are organized and sponsored by UNI-STAND and the UNi Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education.