Three Years, Eight Months, and Twenty Days: The Cambodian Atrocities and the Search for Justice
WHERE: Raritan Valley Community College, 118 Lamington Road, in Branchburg
To schedule a visit of the exhibition on view at the College, contact Michelle Edgar, RVCC Program Specialist, at michelle.edgar@raritanval.
School and community groups are invited to schedule a free tour of an exhibition, Three Years, Eight Months, and Twenty Days: The Cambodian Atrocities and the Search for Justice. The exhibition, on loan from the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, is being hosted by the Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at RVCC.
The exhibition features prints created from dozens of photographs and artwork of survivors of the genocide in Cambodia.
Created in partnership with the Center for International Human Rights, Northwestern School of Law, and the Sleuk Rith Institute, the exhibition details the history of the Pol Pot regime, the devastation of the Cambodian population, and the long process to prosecute the perpetrators.
Sponsor: The Jewish Federation of West-Central New Jersey