The Washington Post: What South Africa Can Teach the U.S. About Reparations

By Ereshnee Naidu-Silverman, Senior Director of the Global Transitional Justice Initiative at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

June 25, 2019


The New York Times: Memory Boxes Offer Poignant Reminders of Afghan Lives Lost to Violence

April 17, 2019




March 12, 2019





The Atlantic: Atlanta’s Civil War Monument, Minus the Pro-Confederate Bunkum

March 17, 2019




BBC Radio:                                      Collecting the Troubles at the Ulster Museum 

November 27, 2018



Dan Snow’s History Hit                                    Sites of Conscience with Linda Norris 

August 30, 2018





The Atlantic
The Desperate Search for Lebanon’s Mass Graves

April 22, 2018



The New York Times
Documenting US Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile

October 14, 2017



BuzzFeed                                               The Whitney Plantation Is The Only Confederate Monument We Should Keep

August 21, 2017



Teen Vogue
These Teens Are Working To End Modern Slavery 

July 20, 2017

The Chicago Reader
The National Public Housing Museum’s Long Journey Home

July 5, 2017

The New York Times                           Founder of Coalition Member, the Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies, is Denied Political Asylum

June 23, 2017

A Researcher Reconnects with Her Ancestors’ Slave Past at Madison’s Estate

March 28, 2017

Joshua Tree: Planning For The Future Of A Park Where The Trees Have One Name

August 2, 2016

The Portland Press Herald
Abbe Museum’s new exhibition tells difficult Native American stories

May 22, 2016

BBC News
Inside decaying US prison, former inmates are guides

May 11, 2016

The Chicago Tribune
Chicago National Public Housing Museum Aims for the Conscience

May 6, 2016

The Washington Post
African-American Museum Designed with Emotions in Mind

April 17, 2016

The Parents Circle: Israeli, Palestinian Parents Share Their Painful Stories Of Loss

September 13, 2014