“We turned the world upside down,” said Aelita Fitingoff, a Latvian-born Jew and Yiddish musician who now lives in the United States.
The photos document the author’s life and family history, from a displaced person’s camp after the Holocaust to a Brooklyn childhood.
Borat was never a victimless enterprise.
The program will allow students to experience a virtual tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp system.
“With this gesture, objects inextricably linked to Auschwitz lose the anonymity weighing down on them — sometimes unbearable.”
“My own thinking has evolved as I’ve seen data showing an increase in anti-Semitic violence, as have our wider policies on hate speech.”
German-born scholars of the Holocaust and genocide compare 1930s Germany with today’s United States.
A new study shows that Holocaust education influences students to be more accepting and speak up about injustice.
Several of the students had never studied the Holocaust before.
“I was put in Auschwitz camp at 19 with my family,” says TikTok user @thatsnadia in one video, face made up with painted bruises.