1. Jewish Holocaust Memorial, Berlin


    from Ankit Daftery Added 30 0 0

    This memorial is dedicated to the Jews that were murdered during the Holocaust. The pillars are representative of the people, but not even close in number,scale, the differences and similarities between them. It is so easy to lose perspective.Disorienting.

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    • inside The Holocaust Museum


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      Visiting the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC. Powerful and moving experience! This museum contains videos, photographs, and real relics from World War II.

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      • “Letzte Zeugen” auf ARD "Titel, Thesen, Temperamente" am 17.12.2006. Feature über Werner Bab


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        “ARD”. “Titel, Thesen und Temperamente. “Letzte Zeugen” am 17.12.2006. leicht veränderte Wiederholung siehe unten auf “Deutsche Welle” www.imdialog-ev.org

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        • "There is No Future Without Memory" Nebraska Satellite Seminar for The Memorial Library


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          The Memorial Library, founded by Auschwitz survivor Olga Lengyel, seeks to bring the lessons of the Holocaust into today’s world. In collaboration with Dr. Sondra Perl and the Holocaust Educators Network, the Library conducts summer seminars for teachers from across the United States with the goal of fostering an agenda for social justice in their classrooms and communities. The Library extends its reach by offering mini-grants to teachers and by supporting Satellite Seminars in the home states of educators in its expanding network. Steve Zehentner Credits: Director, Editor, Director of Photography www.stevezehentner.com

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          • Number The Stars


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            Produced for Classroom Close-up, NJ Synopsis: Fifth-graders take part in a holocaust education project that incorporates character education, art, and language arts. Commentary: This segment is from the March 2, 2014 episode of Classroom Close-up, NJ, a half-hour television program that features projects happening in New Jersey public schools. The show airs weekly on NJTV.

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            • Holocaust survivor speaks to middle school students


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              Audio slide show of Henry Golde speaking to Mayville Middle School students about his experiences as a Jewish teen living in concentration camps in WWII.

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              • Loving the Stranger or how to recognize an invert


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                Meet Montreal’s Peter Flinsch: theatre designer, visual artist, and survivor of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals, arrested in 1942 under Paragraph 175 for kissing a friend at a Christmas party. Drawing on the techniques of verbatim theatre, and with a text culled from memoirs, personal interviews, newly translated documents from the history of the gay rights movement in Germany, and homophobic Nazi propaganda, ‘Loving the Stranger‘ presents the incredible story of a witness to queer history in the 20th Century. From the cabarets of 1920s Berlin to the class rooms of Alberta; sexuality, spectacle, and satire launch a musical Blitzkrieg on apathy. 'Loving the Stranger' will be presented at the 2010 SummerWorks Theatre Festival at the Factory Theatre, Toronto, ON. written and directed by Alistair Newton production design by Matt Jackson musical direction by Dan Rutzen stage management by Charlotte Moffatt

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                • À propos de "Shoah". Dialogue avec Claude Lanzmann


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                  Cinémathèque française. Dialogue entre Claude Lanzmann, Caroline Champetier et Serge Toubiana autour du film "Shoah" et de sa restauration. Date de réalisation : 5 Décembre 2013.

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                  • For Holocaust Remembrance Day: Lessons from Lithuania (2015-02-01)


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                    FEBRUARY 1 “For Holocaust Remembrance Day: Lessons from Lithuania” Ellen Cassedy Author Details: Ellen Cassedy set off into the Jewish heartland of Lithuania to connect with her Jewish forebears. But what had begun as a personal quest expanded into a larger exploration. Probing the terrain of memory and moral dilemmas, Cassedy offers a close-up view of how an Eastern European nation is encountering the complex history of the Holocaust, World War II, and the Soviet era that followed. She conveys a cautious message of hope, with implications far beyond Lithuania. Speaker Bio: Ellen Cassedy, the author of We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust, is a former speechwriter in the Clinton Administration and columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. Her articles, essays, and Yiddish translations have appeared in numerous publications. Her roots in Ethical Culture go back three generations. She lives in Takoma Park. Visit her website at www.ellencassedy.com. Baltimore Ethical Society website:  bmorethical.org

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