At the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904, 2,000 indigenous peoples from around the world were brought to live in “authentic” villages as part of the main exhibition.
Seeking refuge from Nazi terror, 17,000 Jews traveled to Shanghai, one of the few places that did not require a visa. The exiles found life strange and difficult there.
Jewish identity has many facets. The personal nature of identity in contemporary society is explored in this film, bringing the complexity and contradiction inherent in a diverse community to light.
Holocaust survivor, Marian Marzynski, sets out to find out how Germans are willing to build a memorial to the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
Nonviolent power has overcome oppression and authoritarian rule all over the world. This six-part documentary explores nonviolent movements in various countries.
The spirit of Jewish life in pre-World War II Warsaw is captured within this short documentary through meaningful images of daily life as it was before the Nazi invasion.
The photographs of German soldier Wermacht Sergeant Heinz Jost bring the Warsaw Ghetto to life in this film, capturing the surviving culture despite disease and death.
15 years after Jane Elliott conducted the classroom experiment focused on discrimination in Eye of the Storm, she met with her class to discuss the experience and the effects it had on their lives.
The importance of young people understanding their right to vote and the effects they can have on public policy cannot be understated.
Melba Pattillo’s autobiographical account of the integration of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, explores not only the power of racism, but also ideas of justice, identity, and choice.