During the Joint Service Academies Mass Atrocity Prevention Symposium (JSAMAPS), conducted remotely, Cadet Madeleine Easter, United States Military Academy presented "Who Died? Visualizing the 1994 Rwandan Genocide." The focal point of the symposium is the students, who share their original research on issues related to the Holocaust, genocide, and mass atrocity prevention with an audience of their peers. Interspersed between student panels are presentations by scholars, experts, and practitioners from US government agencies, such as the Department of Defense and Department of State, non-governmental organizations working in the field of atrocity prevention, and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. These presentations energize and advance conversations at the academies concerning humane and effective leadership in an age of continued mass atrocity and genocide.