Genocide is a difficult topic, and one that is most deserving of attention and time from both the media and the general public. Presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this series of podcasts is offered under the able direction of Jerry Fowler, who is the staff director of the Committee on Conscience at the Museum. The program was started in 2006, and since then Fowler has interviewed researchers from the Human Rights Watch program about violence in Darfur, scholars investigating the elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and other such individuals. Visitors to the site will enjoy listening to these shows as well as taking a look at the site's blog entries. Finally, visitors also have the option of subscribing to the podcast and contacting the staff members at the Committee on Conscience.


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