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The Paper Clip Project

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Dec 16, 2011

Inspired by the documentary. A way to add symbols to your life to serve as remembrances and awareness for those lives lost due to injustice, prejudice, and suffering worldwide.

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Brandt says:

Dec 16, 2011

The documentary is amazing!

For more information on The Paper Clip Project:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_Clips_Project

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Brandt says:

Dec 16, 2011

Here we will learn that each of us bears responsibility for our actions and for our failure to act. Here we will learn that we must intervene when we see evil arise. Here we will learn more about the moral compass by which we navigate our lives and by which countries will navigate the future.

Source: George Bush, 41st President of the United States, February 15, 1991.

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Brandt says:

Dec 16, 2011

Out of our memory...of the Holocaust we must forge an unshakeable oath with all civilized people that never again will the world stand silent, never again will the world...fail to act in time to prevent this terrible crime of genocide....we must harness the outrage of our own memories to stamp out oppression wherever it exists. We must understand that human rights and human dignity are indivisible.

Source: Jimmy Carter, September 1979.

Dec 16, 2011

This treasury is truly amazing. It's more than some beautiful items in a pleasant display. It's a collection of symbols that bring life and depth to a subject so often pushed aside. Thank you for your outrage--and your courage!!

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