Conflict & Justice

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Conflict & Justice

LIVE DISCUSSION: Race and policing — State and local perspectives

The Forum at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in partnership with PRI's The World presents a forum on race and policing. Join in a discussion with experts in law enforcement, public health, community relations and the law for a discussion on safeguarding law enforcement and communities and narrowing the social, economic and health gaps that persist between underserved and middle-class America.

Conflict & Justice

How a massacre of a village's Jews by their neighbors in WWII Poland is remembered — and misremembered

Updated

Memory can be slippery, especially when there's incentive to forget, or misremember. In the Polish village of Jedwabne, residents long said Nazis were responsible for the massacre, one hot day in July 1941, of hundreds of Jews in the village. Then evidence emerged that the villagers of Jedwabne had killed their own neighbors.

Conflict & Justice

How a massacre of a village's Jews by their neighbors in WWII Poland is remembered — and misremembered

Updated

Memory can be slippery, especially when there's incentive to forget, or misremember. In the Polish village of Jedwabne, residents long said Nazis were responsible for the massacre, one hot day in July 1941, of hundreds of Jews in the village. Then evidence emerged that the villagers of Jedwabne had killed their own neighbors.