We come together in this campaign to encourage genocide prevention through education. Proper curriculum in schools and access to information are key. Supporting this movement will ensure The Promise, along with thought-provoking study materials are made available to public schools and higher education institutions across the country.
Parents and community members often turn to teachers and administrators to take on the weighty task of empowering our students and encouraging them to speak up for those who do not have a voice. The themes and stories interwoven in The Promise provide a remarkable opportunity for dialogue on human rights injustices, denial, and the importance of accurate journalism.