Remembering the 32nd Anniversary of the Khmer Rouge Takeover - Honoring the Silent on April 17, 2007
In April 2007, thanks to the generous backing of the Jubitz Family Foundation, I had the profound honor of participating in the Genocide Awareness Coalition event at Portland State University. In the embrace of an empathetic audience, I delved into the pages of my book, When Broken Glass Floats, framing it within the harrowing context of the Cambodian genocide.
This poignant program, a labor of love by Joshua Eddings, found its way into the hearts of many through a cablecast on Portland Community Media, as part of an impactful series by the Oregon Peace Institute. This experience, bridging the past and present, was not just about sharing a story – it was about keeping the memories and lessons of history alive.