Liberation, Memory, and the Healing of Historical Trauma
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About the Event
On May 4, 1945, Staff Sergeant Alan Moskin, member of the 71st Division of General George Patton’s Army, liberated Gunskirchen concentration camp. What he witnessed there remained engraved in his memory ever since. 49 years later, the head of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Carl Wilkens, chose to remain in Rwanda as genocide engulfed the country. Hear the testimony of these two American heroes as they make meaning of their history.