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The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education of North Carolina 
Holocaust Speakers Bureau 


Past events from the current year: 

Duke Coalition for Preserving Memory's 24-hour Name Reading Ceremony and closing Ceremony
April 9th–April 10th, Closing Ceremony April 10th at 12pm
Abele Quad, Duke University Campus, Durham, NC


The Coalition for Preserving Memory at Duke (CPM) will be hosting its annual 24-hour name reading ceremony, a ceremony designed to memorialize the victims of the six U.N. recognized genocides. Students, faculty and community members read out the names for a 24-hour period right in the middle of Duke University's campus. The name reading ends with a closing ceremony at 12pm on April 10th and will include lunch. 


See the CPM's Facebook pagefor more information. To RSVP for the closing ceremony and/or to volunteer to read names, please email Sophie Bell.

Abe Piasek, a Holocaust survivor from Poland who now lives locally, shaking Ben Ferencz's hand.




















Holocaust Survivors' interviews hosted by Holocaust United State Holocaust Memorial Museum 
April 9th–April 10th, Closing Ceremony April 10th at 12pm
Abele Quad, Duke University Campus, Durham, NC


The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) announced they will host Holocaust survivors' interviews speaking about their experiences in a series of one-hour programs at 11 a.m. ET Wednesdays and Thursdays between April 5 and May 4. To watch live and learn more about the series go to:
https://www.ushmm.org/watch/first-person. For the schedule go to:ushmm.org/firstperson.​

Panel Discussion, "NUREMBERG TRIALS: ​ Its Impact on International Jurisprudence 
​And Contemporary Human Atrocities"


January 31, 2018 - 6pm at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy
Duke U​niversity


​The Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education of North Carolina is co sponsoring a
panel discussion with Duke University's Center for Jewish Studies and the Duke Law School. We will
welcome three esteemed panelists. Ben Ferencz, the last living prosecutor of the Nuremberg Trials,
​will be joined by his son, Don Ferencz and Michael Scharf. to discuss:

"NUREMBERG TRIALS:  Its Impact on International Jurisprudence And Contemporary Human Atrocities."  








Duke Coalition for Preserving Memory's 24-hour Name Reading Ceremony and closing Ceremony
April 9th–April 10th, Closing Ceremony April 10th at 12pm
Abele Quad, Duke University Campus, Durham, NC


The Coalition for Preserving Memory at Duke (CPM) will be hosting its annual 24-hour name reading ceremony, a ceremony designed to memorialize the victims of the six U.N. recognized genocides. Students, faculty and community members read out the names for a 24-hour period right in the middle of Duke University's campus. The name reading ends with a closing ceremony at 12pm on April 10th and will include lunch. 


See the CPM's Facebook pagefor more information. To RSVP for the closing ceremony and/or to volunteer to read names, please email Sophie Bell.

Abe Piasek, a Holocaust survivor from Poland, shaking Ben Ferencz's hand.






















Don Ferencz,

Ben Ferencz and Michael Scharf.

Don Ferencz, Ben Ferencz and Michael Scharf

Past Events