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Mike Brand

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Mike Brand is a Program Assistant at Saferworld in their Washington, DC office where he advocates for sustainable approaches to conflict prevention and mitigation. He has over eight years’ experience working in advocacy, organizing, and informal education for NGOs in both the US and Rwanda. Mike first got involved in the anti-genocide movement in college after doing research on the Rwandan genocide and then

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Jan Arnow

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Jan Arnow is a conscientious and energetic pioneer and a recognized authority in the fields of multicultural education, prejudice reduction, violence abatement and grassroots program design and mobilization. Her speaking and consulting engagements within these fields have included the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco, California, the American Academies of Psychoanalysis and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, as well as

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Richard Clark

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Dr. Richard Clark received his Ph.D. from the State University of New York in criminal justice and came to John Carroll in 1995. His research interests include the operation of the criminal justice system, the death penalty, the study of forgiveness, and human rights. His teaching areas are mostly in the Criminology Track. In addition to his 20 publications, Dr. Clark has presented over

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Cynthia Davis

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Cynthia has been a decorative artist and owner of Cynthia Davis Designs and WalloversTM since 1994. She first became interested in genocide prevention through her childrens’ work in high school with STAND, a student run ant-genocide group. She became the advisor to her daughter’s high school STAND club in 2008 which led her to meeting one of the “Lost Boys”, Gabriel Bol Deng. She

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Azra Smailkadic-Brkic

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Azra Smailkadic-Brkic was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina, republic of the former Yugoslavia. The war and genocide in Bosnia (1992-1995) and its aftermath have fostered her strong interest in genocide prevention, conflict management, peace building, and human rights. Azra holds a Master’s Degree in Human Rights from the University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and University of Bologna (Italy). Her thesis entitled

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