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No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland

No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland artfully presents more than 200 contemporary photographs of Nazi-occupied Poland’s deadliest killing sites with historical overviews and poignant observations from those who have experienced this immersive journey. This large-format hardcover volume reflects the longest-running and one of the most comprehensive Holocaust study trips offered by a U.S. university, through images and experiences shared by participants.

No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland may be purchased here on-line (credit card), by mail (check), or in person (cash or check).  Make checks payable to SMU.  Mailing address: Embrey Human Rights Program, 3140 Dyer Street, PO Box 750176, Dallas TX 75275.  To purchase in person, visit our office in 109 Clements Hall.

$39.95

Voices of Resilience

Voices of Resilience is a book of poetry featuring an intergenerational group of seventeen contributors, both new and veteran poets alike, from around the world.  The book is divided into five sections that reflect upon grief, unrest, acceptance, renewal, and hope.  Ultimately, the book seeks to represent a spectrum of personal experiences and stories behind broad social issues.  With project funding from the SMU Caswell Leadership Program, Human Rights major Lamisa Mustafa '21 collaborated with editor, Syd Clark '18 and illustrator, Mariana Gonzalez '19 to create Voices of Resilience for its first printing in 2018.  To express her gratitude to SMU Human Rights and support the creative endeavors of future students, Lamisa is donating all proceeds from the sale of the book's second printing to the program.  She says, "Thank you for supporting this labor of love and a community that constantly inspires me to build authentic and lasting solidarity across differences and historical divisions.  The SMU Human Rights Program is my chosen family and the reason I decided to apply to and attend SMU in the first place.

Voices of Resilience may be purchased here on-line (credit card), by mail (check), or in person (cash or check).  Make checks payable to SMU Human Rights Program.  Mailing address: SMU Human Rights Program, 3140 Dyer Street, PO Box 750176, Dallas TX 75275.  To purchase in person, visit our office in 109 Clements Hall.

Book: $10 + tax. 

Shipping: $5.00

$10.00