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Consider the ways that societies remember conflict and genocide, and think about how these memorials affect how we confront history and make a difference in the future.
Read Eleanor Roosevelt's reflections on her visit to the Zeilsheim displaced persons camp, ten months after Nazi concentration camps were liberated.
Learn about the case of Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter, who were prosecuted because they violated a Virginia law banning interracial couples from marrying.
Learn about Arn Chorn Pond’s life as a Cambodian refugee, and consider the power of telling your story.
Learn how filmmaker Macky Alston learned about the history of his family name and its connection to his family's legacy in the United States.
Introduce the culture of antisemitism at Tottenham Hotspur football matches with this description of the stadium's atmosphere.
Explore how Jewish leaders in the Warsaw ghetto debated how to oppose the Nazis.
Explore key findings about Honduran immigration, including the recent wave of minors seeking asylum.
Read Lieutenant Said Ahmed Mukhtar al-Ba’aj’s description of his role in the deportation of Armenians and consider the nature of obedience and conformity.
Jouranlist Sonari Glinton connects Elie Wiesel’s teachings on bearing witness to his own experiences as a black man in the United States.
Investigate the law banning headscarves in French schools and explore how people reacted to the legislation.
Journalist Nicholas D. Kristof describes the challenges of motivating people to take action. Read his assessment and consider why some people choose to act and others remain bystanders.