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Final Pjt: Holocaust Gates Memorial

My memorial to the Holocaust is not relatively simple to create and there is meaning in ever aspect of it. The memorial I want to create is large enough to walk into and have enough room to be comfortable standing… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: Hasn’t Enough Blood Been Shed

In high school, we only learned about the Holocaust and some of the Rwandan genocide. We went in depth about the Holocaust, but not so much about the Rwandan genocide. Though there was not much discussion on the Rwandan genocide,… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: American Demise Memorial

 The Issue For centuries we as a nation of people have egocentrically perceived the issues that have plagued our United States of America. As Americans, it is our job to take responsibility for our actions while acknowledging periodic historical elements… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: Remembering the Forgotten Child

When thinking of a Holocaust and genocide memorial to design, I knew I wanted it to have something to do with children, a Holocaust is a horrible thing for anyone to go through but I think it is especially horrible… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: Black Lives Matter Memorial Video

For this assignment, we were tasked with creating a memorial for the fallen victims of a genocide or the Holocaust. I took inspiration from my contemporary blog issue assignment, and the letter that I wrote to the members and founders… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: Remember the Past, Change the Future

The piece that I designed is one that keeps the past alive, so that we can shape the future into what we want it to be. It is important to keep in mind the atrocities and horrors that have yet… Continue Reading →

Final Pjt: Interacting With the Holocaust: Examination of a Genocide

In order to articulate how the Holocaust impacts each of us almost 80 years after it’s completion, I decided to create an interactive memorial to be used as an educational tool in high schools and higher education. People gravitate toward… Continue Reading →

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