Photos from 2017 Walk to Remember Srebrenica Events

“Casualties of war do not end when the war ends on the paper.” — Sanida Palavra speaking at the Walk to Remember Srebrenica Symposium, July 11, 2017

Walk to Remember Srebrenica Symposium, July 11, 2017, Kentucky Museum

On July 11, 2017 at the Walk to Remember Srebrenica Symposium, members of the Bowling Green Bosnian American community shared stories about living in wartime Bosnia, including besieged Srebrenica and Sarajevo. Sanida Palavra, one of the panelists, reflects, “A lot of what I know about war comes from stories my parents shared with me.”

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Walk to Remember Srebrenica Genocide, July 15, 2017, Downtown Bowling Green

The Walk to Remember Srebrenica Genocide was held on Saturday, July 15th.  Backpacks were collected for the Stuff the Bus initiative, with backpacks symbolizing lives lost. After several speakers, participants walked a route 8372 steps in length, each step representing a victim of the genocide.

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