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The US and the Holocaust: BBC release date of Ken Burns Second World War documentary – how many episodes? – NationalWorld

| January 10, 2023

The US and the Holocaust: BBC release date of Ken Burns Second World War documentary - how many episodes?   NationalWorld

What happens when you turn the Holocaust into a video game – Haaretz

| December 25, 2022

What happens when you turn the Holocaust into a video game   Haaretz

2022 was a big year for Jews in the arts. Heres what happened on screen and stage. – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| December 25, 2022

2022 was a big year for Jews in the arts. Heres what happened on screen and stage

Cambodian Genocide | USC Shoah Foundation

| November 8, 2022

The Khmer Rouge ruled a totalitarian state in which citizens had essentially no rights they abolished civil and political rights, private property, money, religious practices, minority languages, and foreign clothing. Citizens could be detained for the slightest offenses, and the government set up vast prisons where people were held, tortured, and executed. The most infamous of these prisons was known as S-21, located in the capital city of Phnom Penh, where accused traitors and their families were brought, photographed, tortured, and killed

Fauquier Community Theatre via ThunderTix

| October 17, 2022

Dec 2, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022 Irving Berlins Holiday Inn tells the story of Jim, who leaves the bright lights of show business behind to settle down on his farmhouse in Connecticut but life just isnt the same without a bit of song and dance. Jims luck takes a spectacular turn when he meets Linda, a spirited schoolteacher with talent to spare

Passing the Torch: USC Shoah Foundation Announces Board of Councilors Leadership Transition – USC Shoah Foundation |

| October 17, 2022

When Lee Liberman first viewed testimonies from USC Shoah Foundations Visual History Archive (VHA) almost 25 years ago, she was immediately moved to action. We have a commitment and duty to humanity to combat hate, and we must work diligently to bring these testimonies to communities around the globe, she said.

Jan Karski: Emissary of the Free World – Warsaw Institute

| October 10, 2022

Jan Karski was born Jan Romuald Kozielewski in 1914, shortly before the outbreak of World War I. He was one of the eight children in a zealous Catholic family of a craftsman, who had lived in Lodz, Poland. Among his siblings was Marian, a police commissioner in Warsaw, member of the Polish Military Organization, and prisoner in KL Auschwitz, who proved to have had a great influence on young Jan.

The shortcomings of German remembrance culture render it toothless in the face of Russian aggression against Ukraine – RKK ICDS

| October 6, 2022

The reaction of German society to Russias unprovoked, illegal and brutal war of aggression against Ukraine reveals a culture which it likes to boast internationally as a champion of remembrance, but which in its basic understanding is based on false assumptions and remains ineffective in the face of true aggression and fascist invaders. OnMay 8, 1985, the then President of the Federal Republic of Germany Richard von Weizscker declared a new perspective on the events of the Second World War and the Holocaust. It institutionalized on the highest level that May 8, 1945, represents the liberation of Germany from the Nazi regime and terror, thus relegating the historical reality of a German defeat to the background

Fantastic Fest Review: ‘Blood Relatives’ Is an Imperfect but Charming Debut – We Got This Covered

| October 6, 2022

Shudder Review of: Blood Relatives Reviewed by: Alejandra Martinez On October 4, 2022 Last modified:October 6, 2022 Vampire stories can tell us a lot about the world around us, what it means to open up, and what it means to be human. Blood Relatives, the debut feature from Noah Segan, a Rian Johnson mainstay, does this through the story of a vampire father-daughter duo and their road trip towards a new life together

Shoah survivors help dental students treat the traumatized

| October 2, 2022

(September 18, 2022 / JNS) An online course recently created by The Blue Card, an American nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Holocaust survivors, in partnership with the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM), teaches students at the school as well as faculty and staff how to deliver care to patients who have experienced trauma. The interactive certificate course specializes in Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed (PCTI) care. Holocaust survivors will help students develop their knowledge of PCTI care and learn how to recognize and treat a traumatized patient, whether it be a Holocaust survivor, refugee or war veteran


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