Cary Alan Johnson, executive director of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, addresses a proposed law in Uganda that would allow use of the death penalty for same-sex consensual relations.
Janessa Goldbeck, Director of Membership for the Genocide Intervention Network, and Sara Weisman, Outreach Coordinator for the Museum's Committee on Conscience, introduce a joint effort from December 1st through the 7th to enlist the public in pledging to prevent genocide, "Pledge2Protect."
Etelle Higonnet is the editor of Quiet Genocide, a new collection that includes a translation of the materials on genocide in the Historical Clarification Commission report on Guatemala. She speaks about the book and how it increases our knowledge about Guatemala and genocide.
Socheata Poeuv is an independent film maker and the founder of Khmer Legacies. She talks about her documentary New Year Baby, which follows her journey to Cambodia where she uncovers the history of her family's struggles during the Khmer Rouge regime.