Read the artist's statement for writer and photographer Sara Terry.
The Children of Willesden Lane is the powerful true story of Lisa Jura, who fled Nazi-occupied Vienna on the Kindertransport as a child. Jura was one of 10,000 young refugees who were separated from her parents and brought to England for safety before World War II. Our online companion to the book features musical selections to accompany the text, a study guide for middle and high school classrooms, and short videos.
Learn the background and context surrounding the life and work of Jimmy Otim who was abducted into the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda as a child and now works as for the International Criminal Court today.
This interview is part of a group of resources in Facing History's collection centered around the film The Reckoning: Understanding The International Criminal Court.
Listen to music recordings and narration paired with The Children of Willesden Lane book and accompanying teacher's guide.
View images from photographer Sara Terry detailing the aftermath of the 1992–1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
View a series of photographs by Carlos Javier Ortiz. The photos collection, “Too Young to Die”, is a long-term documentary photography project now in its fifth year that seeks to enlighten the public about the effects of youth violence on young victims, their families, and society as a whole.