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Welcome to the
USC Shoah Foundation Institute
Established by Steven Spielberg to gather the video testimonies of survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust, the Institute today is a thriving part of the University of Southern Calfornia. Our ongoing work has expanded beyond that initial goal to cover the following major activities:
- empower teachers with training and educational tools
- increase academic integration, both in the U.S. and internationally
- preserve and provide educational access to the archive
- aid in efforts to collect and share memories of other genocides
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Comcast and the Institute presented the Days of Remembrance series
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Watch our Tune-In spot for Days of Remembrance
Comcast in partnership with the USC Shoah Foundation Institute presented the Days of Remembrance video-on-demand series, a new cross-platform offering that brought ten award-winning documentary films about the Holocaust to Comcast customers On Demand, at XfinityTV.com and through the Xfinity TV iPad app.
Through the Days of Remembrance series, our partnership brought viewers face-to-face with the challenge of the Holocaust and the persistence of genocide that continues to confront society today.
The Ten award-winning documentary films that were available for free on XfinityTV.com to anyone living in the United States included: Children from the Abyss; Eyes of the Holocaust; Hell on Earth; I Only Wanted to Live; I Remember; The Last Days; The Lost Children of Berlin; some who lived; Spell Your Name; Voices from the List.