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First Person Podcast
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This podcast series features excerpts from interviews with Holocaust survivors presented at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's public program, First Person -- Conversations with Holocaust Survivors.
 
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Voices on Antisemitism
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Voices on Antisemitism is a podcast series of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Join us every month to hear a new perspective on the continuing threat of antisemitism and hatred in our world today.
 
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Confronting Hatred: 70 Years after the Holocaust
 
This hour-long special brings together a broad range of voices to talk about racism, antisemitism, and the ways in which hatred can grow. Interviews were drawn from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Voices on Antisemitism series.
 
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The National September 11 Memorial & Museum and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum are Alice Greenwald's most moving and challenging projects. Join us for a probing discussion on the complexities of memorializing tragic events.As the chief executive, Alice Greenwald is responsible for the overall vision, financial well-being, management, a ...…
 
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Women Inspired! | Weekly interviews with some of the world's most inspiring women!
 
Gerda Weissmann Klein is a humanitarian, author, human rights activist, Holocaust survivor and proud naturalized citizen. Gerda Weissmann was born May 8, 1924 in Bielsko, Poland. In 1939 her life changed forever when German troops invaded her hometown of Bielsko. From 1939 until the end of World War II she lived in fear and deprivation. After b ...…
 
Happy New Year, people of Cobhams Asuquo's Top 12 Countdown! I'm sure you missed us. Hmm...but no one invited us to chop chicken and goat meat for New Year *clears throat*. Nonetheless, we gat you. We're still friends. Hence we present to you our New Year's, Countdown. Music. Laughs. Goodness guaranteed. Go ahead; you know you wanna. *Wink wink ...…
 
During World War Two, a young Jewish woman, Sara Ginaite, escaped from the Kaunas Ghetto in Lithuania to fight the Nazis, With her husband Misha, she joined a detachment of communist-led partisans in the Rudnicki forest . They took part in the liberation of Vilnius, where she was famously photographed by a Soviet officer. Now in her 90s, Sara s ...…
 
During World War Two, a young Jewish woman, Sara Ginaite, escaped from the Kaunas Ghetto in Lithuania to fight the Nazis, With her husband Misha, she joined a detachment of communist-led partisans in the Rudnicki forest . They took part in the liberation of Vilnius, where she was famously photographed by a Soviet officer. Now in her 90s, Sara s ...…
 
During World War Two, a young Jewish woman, Sara Ginaite, escaped from the Kaunas Ghetto in Lithuania to fight the Nazis, With her husband Misha, she joined a detachment of communist-led partisans in the Rudnicki forest . They took part in the liberation of Vilnius, where she was famously photographed by a Soviet officer. Now in her 90s, Sara s ...…
 
We love Spielberg, we love aliens and fedoras. How could this go wrong? On this episode Paul & Chris are joined by their better halves, Tina and Colette. So does the film hold up to the lego game? That’s the big question. Can you use Square Cash to transfer money between Canada and the US? Hmm. Nope. Crystal Skull came out in 2008. BoxOfficeMoj ...…
 
Every semester when I get to the point in World Civ when we’re talking about Nazi Germany, I ask my students to guess how many camps and ghettos there were. I get guesses anywhere from a few, to a few…
 
Every semester when I get to the point in World Civ when we’re talking about Nazi Germany, I ask my students to guess how many camps and ghettos there were. I get guesses anywhere from a few, to a few…
 
Every semester when I get to the point in World Civ when we’re talking about Nazi Germany, I ask my students to guess how many camps and ghettos there were. I get guesses anywhere from a few, to a few…
 
Every semester when I get to the point in World Civ when we’re talking about Nazi Germany, I ask my students to guess how many camps and ghettos there were. I get guesses anywhere from a few, to a few…
 
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