Pretty Village

Please give up a few coffees or chocolate bars this week – help this project to show the world the brutality with which Bosniaks and Croats were held captive in Serb-held concentration camps!

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Pretty Village

It’s not often you get the opportunity to do something practical to oppose genocide and ethnic cleansing.  I’m very fortunate in that I have seen war firsthand, lived in a refugee camp, distributed humanitarian aid, and assisted in resettling refugees in both Australia and the United States.  Many people are touched by the stories I’ve passed on and say they wish there was something they could do to help.  Well, there is….

‘Pretty Village’ is a film made by a survivor of the Omarska concentration camp.  It documents the testimonies of a number of people who are in the unique position of being able to bear witness to genocide because they were there.  It is finished, but it needs just a little help to be put into cinema ‘print’, etc..  So, PLEASE make a pledge and be a part of this wonderful project.  Strike a blow in the…

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  1. Excellent post.My parents were survivors of the Armenian Genocide of 1915,Turkey massacred 1 1/2 million Armenian.To this day Turkey denies the truth.Regards.jalal

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  2. Good morning !
    Thank you for your visit ! 🙂
    Regards,
    Aliosa.

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  3. An inspirational post.

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  4. what a great project! wishing it well.

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