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Former Jewish partisan Sonia Orbuch recalls the moment she and her family joined a group of Russian partisans.
Facing History student Jonathan Lykes presented his poem "Perception" at a Facing History benefit dinner. The poem, which won a regional poetry contest, is about how prejudice influences our decisions about helping others.
Former Jewish partisan Sonia Orbuch describes how she approached the dangers of life as a partisan.
Former Jewish partisan Frank Blaichman discusses how partisans persevered in the face of challenging weather, hunger, and suffering.
Former Jewish partisan Sonia Orbuch describes providing medical care to sick and wounded partisans.
Former Jewish partisans describe their constant struggle for food.
Former Jewish partisans recall the challenges of treating wounded and sick partisans.
Former Jewish partisans describe the various ways they found shelter while avoiding detection by the Germans.
Former Jewish partisans describe surviving harsh weather conditions while living in the forest resisting the Germans.
Journalists, media professionals and a high school student reflect on the challenges of reporting and understanding what was going on in Ferguson, Missouri, during protests there.
This film focuses on the first prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Luis Moreno-Ocampo.
This video introduces Mona Golabek, concert pianist and author of “The Children of Willesden Lane.”