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Genocide Memorial Day 2011

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genocide 2011Genocide Memorial Day is an annual event that was inaugurated in January 2010.

It is a day given to remember man's inhumanity to man in the perpetration of genocides and genocidal acts. Its foundation is based on the argument by various thinkers that several genocides underpin the modern era. Such genocides include the genocide of slavery, the near eradication of Native Americans, the extermination of populations in the Congo, and India, the Nazi Holocaust as well as more recent genocides and genocidal acts including against Palestinians, Bosnians, Central American peoples, Chechens, and in Rwanda to name but a few.

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