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September 13th, 2009

Review: Hotel Rwanda, Directed by Terry George

Hotel Rwanda (2004), directed by Terry George is based on the true-story events surrounding the heroic efforts of Paul Rusesabagina (played by Don Cheadle), an assistant manager at the Mille Collines international hotel in Kigali, Rwanda to save 1268 friends, neighbors and fellow countrymen caught up in the middle of the bloody genocide.

September 11th

Harvard Crimson accidentally published Holocaust-denying ad

Harvard University's student newspaper, the Harvard Crimson, accidentally published an advertisement that questioning the reality of the Holocaust on Tuesday September 8th, 2009. Originally rejected during the summer for publishing, the advertisement apparently "fell through the cracks" but Crimson President Maxwell L.

September 9th

A new book examines long-term psychological effects of Holocaust trauma

A new book by Natan P.F. Kellermann, PhD, Project Development Director at the National Israeli Center for Psychosocial Support of Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation (AMCHA), presents a comprehensive and new overview of the long-term psychological effects and treatment of Holocaust trauma.