The Holocaust was the largest genocide in human history, killing an estimated 11 million -17 million people in Europe, plus an additional 5 million – 13 million people in Soviet territories. One of the founding principles of the United Nations was “Never Again”. However, today genocide continues to happen around the world. This program will look at historic genocides, and then focus specifically on the genocide and ethnic cleansing of Sudan and South Sudan. During the on going civil war in southern Sudan in 1988, Presenter Michael Majok Kuch, at age five, fled his burning village in southern Sudan and began an incredible journey as described in the book, How Fast Can You Run? Majok, along with thousands of other fleeing people, trekked through the wilderness of Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya arriving at a series of refugee camps where he would live for the next ten years. He became well known as one of the Lost Boys of South Sudan.