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Press Releases from Mari Serebrov (3 total)

International Standards Needed For Genocide Reparations

“You cannot kill an entrenched ideology with a gun,” Benjamin Ferencz, who began his law career prosecuting Nazis, said last week when he pledged $10 million to a group dedicated to preventing genocide. In addition to using the funding to provide governments with the tools needed to prevent genocide, the Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum also helps develop an international response when a

Black Lives Matter In Africa, Too

Vava Tampa is spot on in his recent CNN commentary in which he questions why black lives matter only if they’re American, says Mari Serebrov, who has extensively researched the first genocide of the 20th century, which took place in German South-West Africa. The founder of Save the Congo, Tampa points out in his op-ed that the rest of the world is turning a blind eye to the thousands of black

Battle Of Waterberg Genocide Anniversary - Mari Serebrov, Author Of 'Mama Namibi …

August 11 marked the 112th anniversary of the Battle of Waterberg, the pivotal event in the Herero genocide – the first genocide of the 20th century. While the Holocaust, the Armenian genocide, the Bosnian genocide and others stand out in our collective memory, the genocide of the Herero people is not as well known in the Western world. Award-winning journalist Mari Serbrov's historical novel 'Mama Namibia' gives us a fascinating,

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