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An update from SMU junior Will J.: Buchenwald is mostly remembered for its large number of political prisoners, but I’d like to highlight a smaller group of prisoners who too often are forgotten. Buchenwald is one of the few camps that … Continue reading
An update from Misty I., pursuing a human rights & social justice M.L.S.: While taking Dr. Rick Halperin’s course “America’s Dilemma: The Struggle for Human Rights” in the fall of 2016, each Monday evening I found myself sickened, angry and … Continue reading
An update from Denise Gee of SMU News & Communications: On March 14, 2017, SMU “Holocaust Germany” student travelers Alexis S., and Kaitlyn M., offered the memorial for the victims, survivors and liberators of the deadly Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp near Nordhausen in … Continue reading
An update from Denise Gee with SMU News & Communications. At Berlin’s Topography of Terror Museum we gather to look at one of the Holocaust’s most iconic photographs. Given the name “The Last Jew in Vinnitsa” (from what was written on … Continue reading
An update from Christie Pearson ’11, faculty-led program specialist for SMU Abroad: The Bernburg Euthanasia Centre – one of six psychiatric hospitals used to covertly kill 70,273 people during the Holocaust – operated from Nov. 21, 1940 through July 30, 1943 in … Continue reading
An update from Denise Gee, SMU News & Communications: As a leader in the far-right party Alternative for Germany calls for the country’s Holocaust-related “cult of guilt to be over,” I can think of at least 11 million reasons why the most … Continue reading
Sara E. is majoring in human rights & journalism: A group of 30 in big coats shuffling on and off a charter bus with cameras in tow clearly stand out as tourists. And though the sites we’re visiting aren’t traditional … Continue reading
Rosa P. is an M.B.A. student at SMU’s Cox School of Business: Since the journey started, it’s been common to hear a tour guide say, “in this camp, hundred of thousands of people died.” While that fact is easy to … Continue reading
Neha H. is a sophomore majoring in human rights and marketing: Chelmno was an extermination camp where Nazis attempted to carry out “ethnic cleansing” of some 350,000 people. The victims were loaded onto gas vans and died from asphyxiation from … Continue reading