Photo archivist Judith Cohen describes how a scrapbook and memory book from Holocaust survivor Michael Gruenbaum provide a rare view into life in the Theresienstadt camp-ghetto.
Students discuss and reflect on difficult moral choices in history and in their own lives.
Teacher Martina Grant leads a discussion on the concept of the universe of obligation.
Teacher Nancy Parrish explores the concept of upstanders and bystanders with her students.
Dr. Hong Zheng recalls the fate of his uncle’s family in Hong Kong during the Second Sino-Japanese War, when Japanese soldiers enter and search their home. Another family, thousands of compatriots, and British POWs, also cannot escape the violence.
During our webinar "A Conversation with Steven Spielberg" on November 29, 2018, Mr. Spielberg discussed the urgency of Oskar Schindler's story and of those he saved, particularly in these politically and socially fraught times.
This documentary traces the life of Leilani Muir, the first person to file a lawsuit against the Alberta government for wrongful sterilization, and provides background on the history of eugenics in the early 1900s.