The Srebrenica massacre of 1995 claimed the lives of more than 8000 Bosniaks during the Bosnian war. It was described as the worst genocidal act on European soil since the Holocaust. Bosniak men and youth were routinely killed by Serbian soldiers from July 11th-13th, their bodies were dispersed in deep lesions in the ground in a manner that has made the identification process an impossibly difficult task, and hidden mass graves are still being uncovered. Thousands of women and young girls during this time were regularly assaulted and raped with the incentive in mind of creating more soldiers. The attack occurred under the purported safe-guard of the U.N. As the anniversary of the massacre enters its 20th year, a staggering amount of people remain still unaware of the perpetrated genocide that took place, of the lives that were taken, and of the people that are still mourning their loss. Don’t forget Srebrenica!