End of Atrocity

by 3 Generations
Jun 17, 2013

Survivors and visionaries share their vision for the End of Atrocity

As we prepare to launch a new website for our organization in the middle of the summer, we are expanding our on-going series such as End of Atrocity.  Over the past months, we have asked survivors, activists, officials and other luminaries to share their vision for a world without genocide and crimes against humanity.  At the end of the summer, we hope to travel to Dharamsala in India to speak with a rinponche who is the exiled head of a monestary in Tibet, where monks are committing self-immolation in protest of Chinese annexation of the traditional home of the Dalai Lama.  He has a powerful story and we feel honored for the opportunity to hear how he envisions the future, free of crimes against humanity.


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Location: New York, NY - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.3generations.org
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Jane Wells
3 Generations Founder and President
New York, NY United States

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