Educators Learn About Testimony at Workshops in Czech Republic and United States
From the Visual History Archive
David Pollock on the United Nations
Impact in Profile
Meet Leslie Schaffer
USC Shoah Foundation and its partner in the Czech Republic, PANT, have been busy leading workshops and seminars about the Visual History Archive and IWitness for educators.
Buchenwald liberator David Pollock describes why he decided to work at the United Nations after he was discharged from the Canadian military. Pollock worked for the United Nations for nearly thirty years. Pictured the symbol of the United Nations.
The students in Leslie Schaffer’s Holocaust studies elective last semester didn’t visit a Holocaust museum – with the help of IWitness, they created their own.