Stolen Childhoods: How To Help Youth Move from Painful Paths to Promising Futures - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hello, Elena Guarinello, exhibition developer from National Museum of the American Indian.
Jenny Wüstenberg, Associate Prof of 20th Century History at Nottingham Trent University (UK). I work in memory studies and specifically currently on a comparative history of remembering family separation
Hi! Nicole Worthley, lead interpreter at the New Castle Court House Museum
Good morning, Allyson O'Leary, education coordinator for Manatee Village Historical Park in Florida.
Gracia Tenorio Pearl
Good morning. I'm Gracia Tenorio, MA Art History & Curatorial Studies candidate, Carleton University
Hello everyone, I'm Rayén Gutiérrez, International Relations from the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Chile
Hello everyone, I am Stefano Merzi, Peace School foundation of Monte Sole, a memory site related to war crimes in IIWW, Italy.
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