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This project tells the story of Nadia Murad and the Yazidi genocide of 2014 through analysis of her own testimony and considers the success and the intricacies of her approach to aiding the Yazidis who suffer to this day. It discusses the power of using sentimentality and emotion in human rights activism.
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Shulman, Miranda Rose, "Sentimentality Has its Place in Human Rights Activism: Nadia Murad Basee Taha’s Testimony and The Yazidi Story" (2017). Senior Projects Spring 2017. 241.
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