Thank you to the American Historical Association Coordinating Council for Women in History (CCWH) for the 2002 Catherine Prelinger Award, which has funded my research on the international campaign for justice for the victims and survivors of Srebrenica.

Thank you to Washington and Lee University for the initial funding and support that made this exhibit possible.

Thank you to the Puffin Foundation for a 2005 photography grant.

Thank you to the following institutions for the opportunity to show the exhibit and for providing supporting funds:
Antioch College (October 2005)
Washington and Lee University (January 2006 – December 2006)
Hofstra University (September 2006 –December 2006)
Wellesley College (February 2007)
Boston College (January – February 2008)
A version of this exhibit was displayed in July 2005 in Sarajevo at the annual meeting of the International Association of Genocide Scholars.

Thank you to Paula Allen. I knew from your photographs of the women of Calama, Chile that you would succeed in capturing the sadness, hope, and determination of the survivors of Srebrenica.

Thank you to Manuela Dobos for your liaison work with the survivors and translations and for your support for the Sarajevo exhibit.

Thank you to Judith Armatta for sharing your legal expertise on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

Thank you to Carol Fondé, iPrint, NYC, for printing the photographs.

Thank you to Professor Julie Gallagher for bringing the exhibit to Antioch College.

Thank you to Professor Sally Charnow for arranging to bring the exhibit to Hofstra University.

Thank you to Lois Kamandulis and the students of the Art Club for hosting the exhibit at the Bapst Art Library Gallery at Boston College.

Thank you to the International Commission of Missing Persons (ICMP) for information on ICMP activities and photographic opportunities at a secondary mass grave site in Potocari and ICMP facilities in Sarajevo, Tuzla, and Lukavac.

Thank you to the survivors of Srebrenica now living in Sarajevo, Tuzla, and Srebrenica for sharing your experiences and determined search for truth and justice. This exhibit is dedicated to you.