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The images in this gallery explore Japan’s imperialist pursuits and economic expansion into China through different visual mediums.
In a fishbowl discussion, people seated inside the circle actively participate by asking questions and sharing their opinions, while those standing outside listen carefully to the ideas presented.
View Images from the Łódź Ghetto.
Explore Weimar Germany's vibrant art scene with this sample of paintings, film, and performance from the Weimar era.
Front pages of various newspapers from August 15, 2014, six days after Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri.
Artist Glenn Ligon created Untitled: Four Etchings using quotations from writer Zora Neale Hurston's essay, "How It Feels to Be Colored Me" and Ralph Ellison's novel Invisible Man.
Use these photographs of global migration to help students explore the experiences of individuals and groups who choose or are forced to leave their homelands.
In a Graffiti Board activity, several students write their questions and comments about a topic on a shared space.
Photographs of Holocaust survivor Hava Ben Zvi and her family before, during, and after the Holocaust.
Explore images of memorials and monuments to the Holocaust located in Europe and the United States.
View examples of Samuel Bak's work.