This piece is very effective in raising issues of bystander behavior with older students, examining the case of David Cash, who failed to report a crime committed by his friend.
Man is humbled by the uncertainty of what he can know, but still has the itch to gain absolute knowledge, often with tragic consequences.
This documentary explores the journey and struggle of the Armenian people, from their Christian conversion in the year 301, to countless wars waged to defend their faith.
During World War I, the Ottoman Turks carried out one of the largest genocides in the world’s history, killing over one million Armenians.
The Architecture of Doom examines Hitler's eccentric cultural ambitions for the Third Reich, and the profound influence his obsession--and personal failures--with art played in the development of the Nazi party.
The interwoven stories of six women provide a glimpse into life, spirit, and survival at the notorious concentration camp, Auschwitz.
We see how trauma survivors transform their own lives by transforming the lives of others in this documentary about four people finding common ground in their journey to recovery.
The song “Strange Fruit” was written by Abel Meeropol, a Jewish schoolteacher, to protest lynching, but did not become popular until it was later recorded by Billie Holiday.
This film explores the challenges of violence and harassment LGBT students face in school and the steps they are taking to transform their schools into safer, more welcoming environments.
This drama focuses on the Rwandan Genocide through the story of two Hutu brothers whose relationship and private lives were forever changed in the midst of the conflict.