Internationally known human rights activist speaks at Stetson
Internationally known human rights activist John Prendergast presented on “Stopping Genocide by Stopping the War Profiteers” on March 16 in the Great Hall on Stetson law school’s Gulfport campus.
Prendergast, author of Not on Our Watch, co-author with Michael Mattocks of Unlikely Brothers, and founder of the Enough Project, discussed the genocide which began in Darfur, Western Sudan, in 2003, that continues today.
The program was part of the Florida Holocaust Museum’s Genocide and Human Rights Awareness Movement 25th anniversary lecture series by Bank of America in partnership with the Social Justice Advocacy Certificate of Concentration Program at Stetson.
Visit thefhm.org/25th for more information.
Post date: March 10, 2017
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