1. Gypsy People Holocaust

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    In memory of the Holocaust victims: Genocide of European Roma (Gypsies), 1939–1945. This is a work done by students of the 12th C, under the Comenius Project "Connecting Schools, Building Citizenship" - January 2015.

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    • Haidar Eid, "Never Again for Anyone" (longer version)

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      from Intl Jewish Anti-Zionist Network Added 449 2 0

      On January 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day, leading politicians from the U.S. and Europe will join in honoring the memory of Jews killed in the Nazi genocide. Yet the immensity of that tragedy is dishonored by the hypocrisy of the ceremonies: those who pay homage to the victims of yesterday's silence are silent about today's inhumanity. We say, "Never again!" For anyone. Never again for the people of Gaza. Never again for all those struggling against dehumanization, racism and genocide everywhere, every day. Dr. Haidar Eid is a refugee whose parents were expelled from the Zarnouqavillage in 1948. Dr. Eid is a member of the PACBI Steering Committee and aco-founder of the One Democratic State Group. He currently lives in Gaza,where he is an Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at Al-Aqsa University. "Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa said, "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.' The UN, EU, Arab League and the international community by and large remained silent in the face of the atrocities committed by Apartheid Israel. They are therefore on the side of Israel." Organized by the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign & IJAN More information: ijsn.net/436/

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      • Haidar Eid, Never Again for Anyone-part3

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        from One Democratic State Group Added 244 1 0

        On January 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day, leading politicians from the U.S. and Europe will join in honoring the memory of Jews killed in the Nazi genocide. Yet the immensity of that tragedy is dishonored by the hypocrisy of the ceremonies: those who pay homage to the victims of yesterday's silence are silent about today's inhumanity. We say, "Never again!" For anyone. Never again for the people of Gaza. Never again for all those struggling against dehumanization, racism and genocide everywhere, every day. Dr. Haidar Eid is a refugee whose parents were expelled from the Zarnouqa village in 1948. Dr. Eid is a member of the PACBI Steering Committee and a co-founder of the One Democratic State Group. He currently lives in Gaza,where he is an Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at Al-Aqsa University. "Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa said, "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.' The UN, EU, Arab League and the international community by and large remained silent in the face of the atrocities committed by Apartheid Israel. They are therefore on the side of Israel." To watch part i and part ii http://vimeo.com/9219372 Organized by the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign & IJAN

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        • Haidar Eid, "Never Again for Anyone" (shorter version)

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          from Intl Jewish Anti-Zionist Network Added 186 0 0

          On January 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day, leading politicians from the U.S. and Europe will join in honoring the memory of Jews killed in the Nazi genocide. Yet the immensity of that tragedy is dishonored by the hypocrisy of the ceremonies: those who pay homage to the victims of yesterday's silence are silent about today's inhumanity. We say, "Never again!" For anyone. Never again for the people of Gaza. Never again for all those struggling against dehumanization, racism and genocide everywhere, every day. Dr. Haidar Eid is a refugee whose parents were expelled from the Zarnouqavillage in 1948. Dr. Eid is a member of the PACBI Steering Committee and aco-founder of the One Democratic State Group. He currently lives in Gaza,where he is an Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at Al-Aqsa University. "Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa said, "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.' The UN, EU, Arab League and the international community by and large remained silent in the face of the atrocities committed by Apartheid Israel. They are therefore on the side of Israel." Organized by the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign & IJAN More information: ijsn.net/436/

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          • Hajo Meyer, "Never Again for Anyone"

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            from Intl Jewish Anti-Zionist Network Added 604 3 0

            On January 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day, leading politicians from the U.S. and Europe will join in honoring the memory of Jews killed in the Nazi genocide. Yet the immensity of that tragedy is dishonored by the hypocrisy of the ceremonies: those who pay homage to the victims of yesterday's silence are silent about today's inhumanity. We say, "Never again!" For anyone. Never again for the people of Gaza. Never again for all those struggling against dehumanization, racism and genocide everywhere, every day. Dr. Hajo G. Meyer was born in 1924 in Bielefeld, Germany. Not allowed to attend school there after November 1938, he fled to the Netherlands,alone. In I944, after a year in the underground, he was caught and subsequently survived 10 months at Auschwitz.He lives in the Netherlands,where he works as publicist and essayist. A member of IJAN, Hajo Meyer is on the board of the Dutch group "A Different Jewish Voice", part of thec oalition of European Jews for Just Peace. He is the author of three books, onJudaism, Holocaust and Zionism. ‘My great lesson from Auschwitz is: whoever wants to dehumanise any other, must first be dehumanised himself. The oppressors are no longer really human whatever uniform they wear.' Organized by the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign & IJAN More information: http://www.ijsn.net/436/

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            • Hajo Meyer sur massacres de masse au XXème siècle

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              Traite esclavagiste, génocide des Juifs et des Tsiganes, massacres par les puissances coloniales ... La barbarie initiée au cours du XVIème siècle par les civilisations européennes colonialistes n'a rien à envier aux violences de toute l'histoire humaine. Or, les massacres de masses ne sont pas également dénoncés, suivant que leur mémoire est relayée ou non par un État, et différemment s'il s'agit d'un État puissant, ou ami. Pour comprendre cette "hiérarchisation", nous préférons utiliser le terme "massacres de masse", car il est plus descriptif que "génocide" ou "crimes contre l'humanité". Nous souhaitons comparer les faits et leur mémoire, en distinguant les interprétations. Car il nous faut nous affranchir de l'instrumentalisation du passé par les dominants, et définir une compréhension commune. Remettre en cause ce traitement inégal permet d'envisager une résistance solidaire face à toutes les oppressions, de dénoncer l'impunité, les massacres en cours, voire de contribuer à prévenir ceux qui pourraient advenir.

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              • HALLY 2011 (Clip)

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                from Sally Pearce Added 577 8 1

                HALLY is a 15 mins short mixed media film. It was funded via the UK Film Council and The Arts Council of Wales. The live action footage was shot on HD, the paint on glass animation was captured with digital stills, other animation was computer generated. Completed in July 2011, the film premiered at Chicago Int. Children's Film Festival, Oct 22nd, 2011, where it won 2nd place in the Academy Award qualifying Adult Jury Live Action Short section. Chicago was a great place to premiere the film as the collaboration between writer Pol Mag Uidhir and Director Sally Pearce began at Chicago Children's 2008, when Pol's short film 'The Morse Collectors' won Best Short and Sally Pearce's 'Elephants' was voted second by the children's jury. The cast: LEWIS LEMPEREUR PALMER as Hally, JAY PENRAKE as Taku, ANNA DELCHEV as Mrs Walls (Hally's Mother), JOE FERRERA as Mr Walls, RUSSELL SIMPSON as The Teacher, LAUREN BROOKS as The Smiling Girl.

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                • Hana Gruna in Conversation with Students, 2011

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                  Hana Gruna, originally from Susice, Czechoslovakia, is a Holocaust survivor and a longtime resident of New Jersey. In 2011, she spoke to a group of 25 students at Blair Academy (Blairstown, NJ). A few of the young girls who attended Hana's conversation were interested in getting to know her better and hear more of her stories, so they borrowed a faculty home and invited her to Sunday brunch on campus. Since I'd arranged the initial program, I came, too, and brought along my video camera to tape Hana telling her stories. Hana always wondered why young people would want to hear the agonizing tales of her life and the time she spent in Theresienstadt and Auschwitz. Hana turned 95 in June, 2015.

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                  • Hands of Flame Trailer

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                    from Steven Markowitz Added 247 0 0

                    Based on the life of a Holocaust survivor, Hands of Flame tells the true story of two sisters who dance the nights away in a small, isolated town. When the violence of war strikes, their home is ripped away, they are torn from their family, and their flesh is forever branded. And that is just the beginning of their torment. Created at the Rochester Institute of Technology, this thesis film is told entirely in silhouettes, with no dialogue, and featuring a unique blend of 3D computer animation and traditional 2D watercolor animation. WINNER: Audience Choice Award for Best Animated Film at the 2015 Sedona International Film Festival WINNER: Best Animated Film at the 2014 Carmel International Film Festival WINNER: Best Animated Film at the 2015 Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema WINNER: Best Animated Film at the 2015 Maryland International Film Festival WINNER: Best Independent Animated Film at the 2014 Outside the Box Bakersfield Film Festival Honorable Mention: Best Student Film at the 2014 Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival Selected for the 2014 RIT School of Film and Animation Honors Show

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                    • Hangman - Trailer

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                      from Oliver Murray Added 96 0 0

                      A short film Written and Directed by Oliver Murray and Florian Dassler. London 1945. Six years of war has left the city in ruins, claiming the innocent lives of thousands of its inhabitants. Nazi Germany has been defeated, but the ashes of its burning hatred are still fresh, the hour for revenge is now. Enter Detective Norman McGee, an old soldier from the Great War and profiteering lowlife, hired for a large sum of cash to find a German war criminal on the run in London; the young high ranking SS officer Karlheinz Höckert of the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. His search leads him to a recently decomissioned air raid shelter, where his sources tell him Höckert will appear this very night. But all is not as it seems in the murky black streets of a derelict London, and something deadly is about to interfere with McGee's plans...

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