Confronting Hatred: 70 Years after the Holocaust
By United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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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.
||CleanConfronting Hatred: 70 Years after the Holocaust||We hear from a former skinhead, an imam, a prosecutor for the Rwandan genocide trials; people speaking from many perspectives, including heavy metal singer David Draiman, filmmaker Errol Morris, and Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel. The documentary examines the ways in which the Holocaust continues to inform contemporary discussions about hate speech, propaganda, and human rights. We hear people confronting hatred in their lives, their communities, and sometimes in their own hearts.||3/30/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
I have no words
except thank you.
Spectacular. Really well-done.
I particularly liked hearing about the evolution of the guy who joined the skin-head movement... Such a clean way to show how easily the disenfranchised can be moved to hatred. Kudos to the guy for sharing the perspective. Brave. Overall a really great production.