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March 7, 2013
In 2005, Stephen Mills created a dance based on the life of Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren. The work would grow into a community-wide endeavor known as Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project. A collaboration of artists, institutions, and educators, the work has had far-reaching effects on both audiences and creators.
Gregory S. Gordon
May 21, 2009
Gregory Gordon helped to prosecute the landmark "media" cases in Rwanda–where hate speech, broadcast over the radio, was directly linked to the genocide of the Tutsi people. Gordon believes that the lessons learned in Rwanda could be applied in Iran and elsewhere, to prevent these incitement tactics from taking hold.
April 9, 2009
Sayana Ser was born in Cambodia in 1981, two years after the fall of dictator Pol Pot. Today, Ser works to help her country heal from that genocide. As part of that effort, Ser decided to translate The Diary of Anne Frank into her native language of Khmer.
January 17, 2008
In her 96 years, Ruth Gruber has been a witness to history, fighting injustice with her words and her photographs.
Father Patrick Desbois
November 8, 2007
In 2004, Father Patrick Desbois set out across Ukraine to locate the sites of mass killings of Jews during the Holocaust. He is motivated in part by the memory of his own grandfather, a French soldier who was deported to Ukraine by the Nazis.
June 7, 2007
Following an international meeting of Holocaust deniers in Tehran in 2006, Iranian exile Ladan Boroumand published a statement deploring the fact that denial of the Holocaust has become a propaganda tool for Iran's leaders today.
May 24, 2007
Elie Wiesel—Holocaust survivor, best-selling author, and Nobel Peace prize recipient—has worked tirelessly to combat what he calls "the perils of indifference."
Madeleine K. Albright
April 12, 2007
While she was serving as US Secretary of State, Madeleine K. Albright, who had been raised as a Catholic, learned of Jewish ancestry in her family. Listen as Albright discusses how this knowledge influenced her.
December 21, 2006
Historian Christopher Browning has written extensively about how ordinary Germans became murderers during the Holocaust. Listen to Browning explain why examining the perpetrators' history matters.