"Childhood Denied": Film Screening and discussion about ethical representation

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (ET)
DC DC 118 Bryn Mawr Room
Event Type
Film
Contact
Keene, Stephanie
Department
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship
Link
https://ems-web.quaker.haverford.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=76554

Human Movement, Inclusivity, and Our Region: The "Stolen Children" of WWII Poland

Childhood Denied tells the story of the "Stolen Children"—a group of nearly 400,000 Polish children who, during World War II, were deported to Stalin's Russia. Many of the children were transferred through the Middle East to Southern Africa before later achieving adulthood and independence. We will also hear from students who have worked with CPGC Fellowship partners Voice of Witness and Facing History and Ourselves about the challenge and organizational responses to ethical representation. Students will be able to learn how they can work with a rights-advocacy organization, focused on story-sharing, next summer.   

Part of the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship's Migration Film Series. Learn more at hav.to/migrationseries.

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