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Benjamin Ferencz speaks at the Einsatzgruppen Trial in Nuremberg.
This film focuses on Benjamin Ferencz, a former prosecutor of the Nuremberg trials who is dedicated to preventing mass atrocities.
Scholar Doris Bergen discusses Bishop von Galen and his opposition to the Nazi T4 euthanasia program.
This film, featuring a number of scholars and artists, explores African-American identity.
Carol Anderson investigates the relationship between social and civil rights and the failure in the United States to expand the term “civil rights” to include broader human rights.
Photographer Catherine Hanf Noren tells the story of her family, before, during, and after the Holocaust, through old photographs.
In this video illustrating the Wason Rule Discovery Test, people are asked to determine the rule governing a sequence of three numbers.
Isaac Levy, a Rabbi who served as a chaplain in the British army during World War II, recalls the challenges he faced trying to assist survivors after the Holocaust.
“For whom or what do we feel responsible online?” Carrie James of Project Zero cites examples from her research on how young people think about their participation and responsibility towards others online.
Students discuss their ancestral identities and what "Becoming American" means to them.
Kurt Klein, who emigrated from Walldorf, Germany, to the United States in 1937, recalls how Nazi policies and propaganda affected his life at school.
Scholar Joshua A. Fogel discusses the history of interactions between Japan and China.