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Blog: Through Testimony
Blog Posts by Dan Morgan-Russell
October 19, 2015
A few weeks ago, USC Student Body President Rini Sampath posted on her Facebook page about incidents of hatred and intolerance on campus. A Saturday night after a USC football game, Sampath had been walking down USC’s Fraternity Row when a man leaned out his frat house window and hurled a racial epithet and a beverage cup at her.
November 25, 2014
The academic conference hosted by USC Shoah Foundation last week was an excellent opportunity for me to hear the personal stories of survivors alongside academic analysis of modern-day events and future challenges. I attended the keynote panel discussion and the final discussion on the future of testimony and genocide study.
About Dan Morgan-Russell
Dan Morgan-Russell is a junior studying International Relations Global Economy at USC. He is an intern with the Executive Office of USC Shoah Foundation, where he contributes to the mission of stopping conflict through education and sharing testimony. Dan also works as the executive producer of Platforum on Trojan Vision, a nightly news and analysis talk show.