Via the International Human Rights Clinic
The great Ben Ferencz, ’43, received Harvard Law School’s highest honor on Friday: the Medal of Freedom.
Humble, hilarious, and altogether inspiring, Ben became Chief Prosecutor in the Einsatzgruppen case at the Nuremberg Tribunal at the age of 27- and has been a tireless advocate for peace ever since.
After his talk, titled “Law not War,” students surrounded Ben with requests to pose for pictures. He greeted one student this way: “Where you from? Want to help me save the world?”
Read more about Ben, and download his free books, at his website.
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