Auschwitz: If You Cried, You Died
A 24-minute video chronicling the journey of two Holocaust survivors as they revisit the hell they knew as Auschwitz Concentration Camp. This compelling video illustrates how the prejudice, intolerance, and violence that characterized the Holocaust provide timely lessons for all of us today. This revised edition now features youth discussing these important topics. The accompanying teacher’s guide provides rich materials for further class discussion around the dangers of prejudice, the value of diversity, and the need to respect others. Visit www.impactamericafd.org for additional information. VHS and DVD.
- Ghettos, Concentration Camps, and Death Camps
- Racism, Antisemitism, and Prejudice
- Religion, Morality, and Ethics
- The Holocaust
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