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Facing History student Jonathan Lykes presented his poem "Perception" at a Facing History benefit dinner. The poem, which won a regional poetry contest, is about how prejudice influences our decisions about helping others.
Joseph Maier describes former Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess at Nuremberg.
Leslie Gilbert-Lurie and Rita Lurie reflect on Rita’s experiences as a Holocaust survivor.
Two Jews meet with a Polish courier during the Grossaktion Warsaw in summer 1942, imploring him to tell the world what was happening to Jews.
Rita Lurie, Holocaust survivor, explains what her life after the end of World War II.
Rita Lurie describes her experiences as a child hiding from the Nazis and Polish farmers.
Writer Jesús Colón reflects on an incident on a subway ride in New York City.
Doc Miller introduces a class that he taught about Stanley Milgram's obedience experiment.
Social psychologist James Edward Waller uses the stories of the Nazis at Nuremburg to discuss human capacity for evil.
Nechama Tec discusses her research on rescuers.
Nicholas Kristof addresses the perception that the issues he writes about are depressing.
Doc Miller introduces an 8th grade social studies class that he taught on obedience, using a film about the Hitler Youth. He emphasizes the importance of looking deeply and listening to many voices.