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Learn about how the Allies established the international tribunal that was responsible for conducting the trials of Germany’s leaders after World War II.
Read a Jewish partisan’s account of how his unit gained the trust and respect of the local population while resisting the Germans.
Evaluate the state of World War II in 1941 using maps and historical context.
Reflect on the true story of a father who dared to challenge the education his children received in Nazi Germany.
Writer Mtutuzeli Matshoba provides a vivid account of life under apartheid through the story of his friend who was forcibly ejected from his home.
Learn about how Poland has dealt with its painful and complex past in the years after World War II and the Holocaust.
Read excerpts from a plan created by indigenous youth activists to address the legacy of colonialism and residential schools in their communities.
Albert Canadien recounts his first day at an Indian Residential School and the assimilation he experienced.
Consider what interactions between the first Spanish explorers and Indigenous Peoples demonstrate about encountering the unfamiliar.
Jouranlist Sonari Glinton connects Elie Wiesel’s teachings on bearing witness to his own experiences as a black man in the United States.
Read about the experiences of a Jewish partisan fighting against the Germans in Poland during World War II.
Examine the differing ideas about Indigenous Peoples conveyed in a painting by George Catlin and an excerpt from Charles Dickens.