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Things I am grateful for in 2018; having the honor to stand with women I admire and respect at The Eleanor Roosevelt Center 2018 Medals of Honor ceremony.
Jaha Dukureh: Gender Violence Resister & Change Agent · Good Will Ambassador
Dr. Pamela R. Edington: Champion, Educational Accessibility, Diversity & Civic Engagement
Tarana J. Burke: Social Justice Activist · “Me Too” Movement Founder
Roberta “Robbie” Kaplan: Gender Equity & Civil Rights Advocate
Honorable Albert M. Rosenblatt: Protector, Judicial Integrity & Ethics
Loung Ung: Genocide Chronicler & Human Rights Defender
The New York Times, November 15, 2018
By Hannah Beech
On Friday morning — four decades after a total of at least 1.7 million people, a fifth of Cambodia’s population, were culled by execution, overwork, disease and famine — an international tribunal for the first time declared that the Khmer Rouge committed genocide against the Muslim Cham minority and ethnic Vietnamese.
Don’t miss the screening Graves Without A Name, a new film by Rithy Panh, at the Toronto International Film Festival this Friday, September 7 @6:45PM at Bell Lightbox Theater in Toronto. https://www.tiff.net/tiff/graves-without-a-name/
A true hero. A man of integrity, dignity, courage and great kindness. “Youk Chhang given the Ramon Magsaysay Award – Asia’s equivalent of the Nobel Peace Prize – for his work as Founder & executive director of Documentation Center of Cambodia.” Read full story.