Prijedor: Lives from the Bosnian Genocide Exhibit

Donation Goal For This Project is $35,000
100% Funded/$0 To Go

The Friends of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission has helped fund the installations and receptions at different display locations.

The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission is exhibiting “Prijedor. Lives from the Bosnian Genocide” at eight locations throughout Texas. It was first displayed at the Williamson County Courthouse in Georgetown. Its official opening was October 15, 2013 at the Texas Tech University’s Southwest Collection Archives in Lubbock: then the exhibit travelled to Rock Round Public Library, Midland College in January 2013 followed by Brownsville, Abilene, and Beaumont in 2014/2015. One additional site will be selected in 2015. This exhibit brings the story of genocide in the city of Prijedor demonstrating the horrific events to our Texas citizens. The exhibit honour’s the memory of the lives lost during the genocide and the survivor’s experiences as told in a 34 panel display. Some of the images were taken at the time of the genocide whereas; some were recently photographed.