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March 29 - June 28
In honor of both the memory of lives lost and stories of the survivors, Grout Museum presents Prijedor: Lives from the Bosnian Genocide.
From 1992 to 1995, a genocidal war engulfed the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The multi-ethnic city of Prijedor was seized by extremist Serb nationalists who began an ethnic systematic persecution of the area's Muslim and Catholic populations. Thousands were subjected to escalating violations of human rights, including dismissal from jobs, expulsion from homes, forced labor, imprisonment in concentration camps, and ultimately, torture, rape, and mass killing. A generation that had embraced the imperative "never again" now watched another European community undergo a genocidal "ethnic cleansing."
Home in the Heartland, a short film by Don Fish, will be shown at the Grout Museum on Saturdays throughout the exhibition.
Exhibit created by: Prijedor refugees in St. Louis, MO, faculty and staff of Fontbonne University, Patrick McCarthy and Barbara Nwacha, staff from the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center.
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