Crimes Against Humanity: Who, What, Where, When, and Why

Explore the following resources to find out more about human atrocities committed throughout history. See how these crimes are being repeated even today. Consider why it is important that you know about these crimes against humanity and ways in which you yourselves might be able to make a difference through education and action.
Destiny Library Catalog

Digital Public Library of American (DPLA)

INFOhio: Explora for Grades 9-12
INFOhio: ISearch
INFOhio: Points of View Reference Center
INFOhio: World Book Advanced
American Memory (Library of Congress)
Anti-Slavery International
Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
Child Soldiers: Human Rights Watch
Child Soldiers International
Genocide Archive of Rwanda
Human Trafficking: Polaris
Infoplease: Timeline of Worldwide School and Mass Shootings
Prevent Genocide International
Rwandan Stories
Thòrn (uses the power of technology to fight human sex trafficking - Ashton Kutcher co-founder)
United to End Genocide
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime: Human Trafficking
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Veteran's History Project (Library of Congress)
World Without Genocide
Genocide Watch