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.
This video explores the use of the blood libel in modern politics.
From the film "The Reckoning", featuring Ben Ferencz and other leaders discussing the establishment of the Rome statute and the creation of the first permanent international criminal court.
Scholar Taner Akçam describes the Young Turks’ rise to power in the Ottoman Empire and their policies that led to the Armenian Genocide.
This documentary details the humanitarian efforts of a group of Americans who worked to save the Armenian people and other Christian minorities in the wake of the Armenian Genocide.
The powerful story of a group of Chilean women who banded together in silent protest and dared to defy a dictatorship.