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Learn how to use the documentary film The Reckoning as a tool for teaching about the International Criminal Court.
During World War I, the Ottoman Turks carried out one of the largest genocides in the world’s history, killing over one million Armenians.
This documentary explores the journey and struggle of the Armenian people, from their Christian conversion in the year 301, to countless wars waged to defend their faith.
After surviving Cambodia's Killing Fields as a boy musician who entertained his captors, Arn Chorn-Pond strives to heal the deep scars of his past by reviving Cambodia's traditional music.
Confront the history of the Holocaust, and reflect on the human behavior revealed in the choices of perpetrators, bystanders, resisters, and rescuers.
Intimate stories of courage in the harrowing years between the end of WWII and the formation of the state of Israel are told in this documentary.
Anti-Semitism, a hatred with roots long before the Holocaust, continues to intensely endure today, erupting in violent conflicts. This film explores the insidious attitude that casts Jews as “permanent outsiders.”
Peter and Santino, two young Dinka refugees, fled war-ravaged southern Sudan and came to the U.S. along with nearly 4,000 other “Lost Boys.”
This resource details the events that unfolded in China and Japan in the years leading up to World War II and the war crimes known today as the Nanjing Atrocities.
Each of these short video modules focuses on an important dilemma raised by the International Criminal Court in The Hague related to issues of sovereignty, impunity, and peace.
This resource challenges students to consider how individuals, groups, and nations can take up Raphael Lemkin’s challenge to eliminate genocide.
This is a documentary composed of two films that provide first-hand accounts of the situation in Darfur and in the Darfuri refugee camps in eastern Chad.