Dickinson Law Professor Dermot Groome moderates panel during “Genocide, Justice, and Hope: How 400 Bosnian Families Became Neighbors in Our Central Pennsylvania Community”

Dickinson Law Professor Dermot Groome moderates panel during “Genocide, Justice, and Hope: How 400 Bosnian Families Became Neighbors in Our Central Pennsylvania Community”

Dickinson Law Professor Dermot Groome moderates panel during “Genocide, Justice, and Hope: How 400 Bosnian Families Became Neighbors in Our Central Pennsylvania Community”

Penn State Dickinson Law Professor of Law Dermot Groome moderates a panel during “Genocide, Justice, and Hope: How 400 Bosnian Families Became Neighbors in Our Central Pennsylvania Community,” in which Bosnian genocide survivors shared their stories of loss and resilience, and about the new lives they have built in Carlisle and its surrounding communities.

IMAGE: Heather Shelley