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Rena Finder, member of Schindler's List, speaks to Facing History and Ourselves board members.
Rena Finder, a Holocaust survivor rescued by Oskar Schindler, recalls how her life changed after the Nazis invaded Poland when she was ten years old.
Rena Finder, a Holocaust survivor rescued by Oskar Schindler, recounts her happy childhood living in Krakow, Poland, before the start of World War II and the Holocaust.
Rena Finder, a Holocaust survivor rescued by Oskar Schindler, offers a message to young people about their power to make the world a better place.
Rena Finder, a Holocaust survivor rescued by Oskar Schindler, describes her memories of Schindler and his efforts to take care of her and the other Jews who worked at his factory.
In this clip from the film “Reporter,” journalist Nicholas Kristof interviews imprisoned child soldiers.
In this clip, filmmaker Eric Daniel Metzgar introduces the film, Reporter.
In this clip from the film “Reporter”, Nicholas Kristof discusses some of the methods he uses while reporting.
Nicholas Kristof describes psychic numbing: caring less as a number of victims increases.
Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette tells of his time singing in protest while in the Parchman State Prison Farm during the Freedom Rides.
Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr. discusses the important practice of nonviolence.
Fred Shuttlesworth speaks about the civil rights movement's commitment to non-violence.