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August 21, 2017


Back to School with IWitness 2018: IWitness University

Much of the content is geared toward addressing some of the many conflicts that came to light during and in the wake of the neo-Nazi, white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 15, 2017, such as the importance of speaking out against hate, promoting tolerance and acceptance, and embracing diversity.


From the Visual History Archive

Freddy Mutanguha on Hate

100 Days to Inspire Respect

Rwandan Tutsi Genocide survivor Freddy Mutanguha describes the hate Tutsi children experienced at his school at the hands of fellow students - both verbal taunts and physical attacks.


Impact in Profile

Meet Blake Humphrey

Less than a week after the neo-Nazi rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, USC Shoah Foundation received a call from Blake Humphrey, student body president of West Virginia University. How could he work with USC Shoah Foundation to speak out against this blatant display of hatred and bigotry?