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Common Read: Forming and Retrieving Memories
In the book, “Picking Cotton”, a person is convicted of a crime he never committed. At the time of trial, the victim is certain of the defendant’s guilt and makes an eyewitness identification. Years ... (more)
3/17/2016
50m:12s
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QCC Art Gallery Artist Lecture: Marc Asnin
Mr. Asnin is an internationally recognized photographer who has worked for such publications as Life magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, French Geo, La Republica, Le Monde, Stern an ... (more)
3/16/2016
55m:44s
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Fernando Bermudez and Faulty Eyewitness Identification: An 18-Year Miscarriage of Justice
August, 1991: Raymond Blount, a teenager, is shot and killed outside a nightclub in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. In 1992, Fernando Bermudez was wrongfully convicted of the crime. Mr. Bermudez was fa ... (more)
3/16/2016
01h: 31m:49s
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Forensic Drawing and the Common Read: An Exploration of the Process and the Ronald Cotton Case
This event will examine the intricate process of forensic drawing (often termed "police sketches" or "mug sketches" to better understand its improper use in the Ronald Cotton case. The audience will ... (more)
3/14/2016
01h: 27m:13s
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Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongfully Imprisoned
Join us as author, and New York Post reporter, Reuven Fenton speaks about his recent release, Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongfully Imprisoned.

In this book he profiles ten men and women, ... (more)
3/4/2016
01h: 23m:01s
427 Views
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Common Read: The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project's groundbreaking use of DNA technology to free innocent people has provided unquestionable proof that wrongful convictions are not isolated events. They, instead, arise from impe ... (more)
3/2/2016
01h: 15m:50s
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Gendercide: Inclusivity in the Study of Gender, Mass Violence, and Genocide
Dr. Adam Jones, Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia, will introduce the concept of gendercide, which refers to gender selective mass killings.
2/17/2016
01h: 43m:30s
217 Views
More in: Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives
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Understanding the International Tracing Service
Illustrated lecture by Dr. Diane Afoumado, Chief of the ITS Research Branch at the Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Dr ... (more)
12/6/2015
01h: 05m:12s
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Gendered Experiences in, and Memories of, the Nazi Holocaust
Gendered Experiences in, and Memories of, the Nazi Holocaust
Dr. Azadeh Aalai, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Queensborough Community College
Dr. Rochelle G. Saidel, founder and executiv ... (more)
12/2/2015
01h: 28m:27s
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Multiple Girlhoods: Growing up in Bosnia Before and During the Civil War
Multiple Girlhoods: Growing up in Bosnia Before and During the Civil War
Ms. Jasmina Dervisevic-Cesic, author of The River Runs Salt, Runs Sweet
Dr. Amy Traver, Associate Professor ... (more)
11/18/2015
01h: 21m:14s
359 Views
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