As the number of survivors shrinks, their experiences can be preserved, as new innovations allow us to hear those we’ve lost.
Programs use storytelling and technology to allow students to be “second witnesses” to the Holocaust.
“If the man on the London bus was the impetus for committing to make the film, this man in his prized, hateful jacket validated that commitment.”
Donations of portable generators, lanterns and more spark hope and memories of assistance during WWII.
Guardian journalist Jonathan Freedland, author of The Escape Artist: The Man Who Broke Out of Auschwitz to Warn the World joins former CBS News correspondent and Moment contributor Dan Raviv for a conversation about the heroic efforts of Vrba and why his report did not achieve its goal—of ending the Nazi slaughter of the Jews.
Under the Nazi, Vichy, and Italian fascist regimes, Jews as well as some Muslims, were subject to race law and internments. In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, join Moment Deputy Editor Sarah Breger in conversation with UCLA professors Sarah Abrevaya Stein and Aomar Boum, co-editors of The Holocaust and North Africa. They discuss the experiences of North African Jews during World War II, why their histories have been marginalized and the relationship between Jews and Muslims during that period and how it reverberates today.
This program is cosponsored by the American Sephardi Federation