Students discuss their ancestral identities and what "Becoming American" means to them.
This documentary looks at the struggles of Holocaust victims through their own eyes.
Dr. Maurice Vanderpol reads two poems at a 2002 Facing History summer institute.
Novelists, as well as the actress Mary Badham, who played To Kill a Mockingbird's narrator, Scout, reflect on this character and the ways in which she addresses issues of gender, race relations, and growing up in the South.
James McBride and Rick Bragg read passages from To Kill a Mockingbird on how historical realities of Southern life affect the characters in the novel.
Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, and others recall their memories and impressions from reading To Kill a Mockingbird for the first time.
Novelists and Southerners discuss Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird and the bravery of the novel for addressing issues of segregation and racism in the South.
Students consider the impact of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, and share the scenes that resonate most with them.
Bernard Gotfryd talks about deciding to write about his experiences during the Holocaust.
Jon Sawyer, founding Director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, describes the work of the Pulitzer Center.