justice

The Wrong Arm of the Law

Maryland, 1984. A young girl, Dawn Hamilton, aged 9, was looking for her friend Lisa in the woods. She came across two boys playing by a pond and asked them to help her find Lisa. They declined, then a man wandered over and said that he would help her. Dawn was later found dead in […]

Unveiling the nameless crime: the origins of the concept of genocide

Krystel von Kumberg explores the origins of the concept of genocide and Raphael Lemkin’s lifelong battle to get it ratified as a term.