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Author Raffy Boudjikanian is Today’s Honoree

About the Book: In this era of ethnic and religious wars, mass displacements, and forced migrations, it’s important to look at the short and long-term effects of such geographic and cultural traumas. In JOURNEY THROUGH GENOCIDE: Stories of Survivors and the Dead CBC … Continue reading

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Yahad in Unum Director Marco Gonzalez is Today’s Honoree for Thursday October 1st

Marco Gonzalez is the Director of Yahad in Unum, working closely with its well-recognized founder, Father Patrick Desbois.  Although Yahad in Unum is based in Paris, Marco himself is Guatemalan-born.  He was inspired to join the organization after a chance meeting with … Continue reading

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Author Bun Yom is Today’s Honoree

The Cambodian Genocide (1975-1979) is in the top 10 worst cases of genocide in the world. This tragedy took the lives of approximately 25 percent of the population, nearly two million Cambodians.  As a Cambodian American who survived, Bun Yom, … Continue reading

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International Activist Victoria Trabosh Is Today’s Honoree

I have over 35 years of experience in effectively leading a range of companies and teams. Some positions include controller of Allied Decals; president and owner of VHT Conservatorships and managing director for Private Client Group of U.S. Bank. Beginning … Continue reading

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