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President Promotes USC Shoah Partner in Increasing Internet Access
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Remembering Stefan Kosinski in Honor of LGBT Pride Month
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We are living in a digital age, and to help our students get ahead, we must make sure they have access to cutting-edge technology
A key USC Shoah Foundation partner’s mission of upgrading public school access to broadband Internet has earned a boost from President Obama.LEARN MORE...
June is LGBT Pride Month. In remembrance of the thousands of homosexuals persecuted by the Nazis, we share this clip from Stefan Kosinki’s interview. Stefan speaks of his arrest by the Gestapo in his place of birth, Torun, Poland. Stefan relates how he was interrogated, brutally beaten and subsequently imprisoned as a result of an intercepted letter he wrote to an Austrian soldier in German uniform.
In a way, it is my story
Born in Tunisia in 1940, Jacqueline Gmach left at the age of 18. Though her family was not directly in danger, the Nazi genocide remains deeply personal to her. She has devoted her career to educating people about its horrors as well as promoting the Jewish culture its executioners tried to obliterate.LEARN MORE...