This series provides a groundbreaking approach that adds a human context to the quintessential crime against humanity.
Beyond names and numbers, and transcending the sheer enormity of the horror, this Holocaust series introduces viewers to the human paradigms of the period, the place, the culture and the social landscapes and norms.
Rather than telling stories about the people and how the Holocaust affected them, the series tells the stories of the human mosaic that defined, enabled, defied and resisted the Holocaust.
The following resource pack contains programming activities, discussion questions and reflection questions to engage your students in all four videos.
The series comprises four videos contextualizing the four main human paradigms of the period:
Each video is accompanied by educational resources. Engage your students in each of the stories that are critical to understanding the tragedy of the Holocaust.
The Goldrich Family Foundation
Lauren & Ezra Kest
In honor of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum