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Quant a miClaremont McKenna College has supported teaching and research about the Holocaust for more than three decades, placing the College among the forerunners in the field of Holocaust studies. Building on that tradition, CMC launched its Center for the Study for the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights in March 2003. The Center's activities have come to include involvement in a wide range of topics related to human rights.
Growing out of CMC's mission to provide a superior liberal arts education that prepares undergraduate students for leadership in business, the professions, and government, the Center seeks to instill in students the knowledge, skills, and moral insight needed to intervene constructively in a world rife with genocidal conflict, terrorism, and human rights violations. With the study of the Holocaust as its foundation, the Center promotes research, publication, teaching, internships, and service that explore not only the causes of genocide and human rights abuses, but also the ethical commitments, economic policies, political processes, and leadership qualities that are necessary to oppose and correct those destructive conditions.
Quant a la meva bibliotecaThis library, much of which was donated by Professor John K. Roth, consists mostly of books related to the Holocaust. As the Center has expanded, so too has its library, adding many books related to other genocides and human rights issues. The library is open to students and professors at the Claremont Colleges and books may be checked out between the hours of 9 AM and 3 PM at the Center, located on the 3rd floor of the Kravis Center at CMC.