Ultimately, Seneca Falls is about Human Rights. The presence of IDEA in Seneca Falls expands what we’re about into a much more complete statement about human rights.
-- Dr. A.P. Sinicropi, Life-long resident of Seneca Falls
IDEA Center for the Voices of Humanity
Seneca Falls, New York
Elvir Camdzic (center), director of the San Francisco Bay Area Darfur Coalition, is joined by Seneca Falls
residents and Cornell Professor David Weiss (far right) as he embarks on a 600-mile bike trip to raise awareness about human rights violations in Darfur. Photo by Henry Law
Carolyn Pogue from Canada, a member of Women in Black, an international peace network, displays the cape she has made with messages from a multitude of organizations who promote peace. Photo by Henry Law
High school teacher Kathleen Campitiello (left) visits the Center with her friend, Dina Hamer, a survivor of the Holocaust. Photo by Henry Law