Dr. Carol Anderson, Professor of African American Studies at Emory University and author of "Eyes Off the Prize," discusses the emergence of human rights discussions during World War II. She sheds light on the complicated links between the Cold War, the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the politics of race in the United States during the 1950s.

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1908-1914 Shift to Young Turks
Dr. Richard Hovannisian, professor of Near Eastern Studies at UCLA, speaks about the radicalization of the Young Turks in the Ottoman Empire from 1908-1914.
2013 Chicago Benefit Dinner - Bonnie Oberman
Bonnie Oberman, Chicago Director of Facing History and Ourselves, highlights the role of the organization and of the education sector in conversations on violence prevention.
2013 Chicago Benefit Dinner - Mark Hoplamazian
Hoplamazian, President and CEO of Hyatt Hotels Corporation, spoke at the 2013 Chicago Benefit Dinner.

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