“How Should Societies Remember Their Sins?” is a two-year event and editorial series funded by the Mellon Foundation that explores the sins we have tried to remember, those we have tried to forget, and how individuals and institutions in the United States and around the world are finding new ways to honor victims of the past to build a more just society. Register here for updates on events in the series.
Upcoming events in the series:
What Kind of Monuments Do We Deserve?
Why Isn’t Remembering Enough to Repair?
Does Confronting Our History Build a Better Future?