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Messages to the Future

Leo Bach with a message to the future

Language: English

Leo Bach explains how humanity has a responsibility to stop atrocities like the Holocaust from happening again.

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  • George Papanek on Making a Difference

    Language: English

    Holocaust survivor George Papanek encourages people to "think globally, act locally," and work together to create a better world.

  • Esther Bem with a Message to the Future

    Language: English

    Esther Bem desires future generations to know there were some virtuous individuals during the Holocaust, who sacrificed their security and life, in order to help others.

  • Kizito Kalima on the importance of learning the lesson

    Language: English

    Rwandan Tutsi Genocide survivor Kizito Kalima shares his hope that people take action to prevent future genocides. He vows  to do anything necessary to ensure the world is a safe, peaceful place.

  • Yevnige Salibian

    Language: English

    Armenian Genocide survivor Yevnige Salibian speaks about forgiveness and current genocide denial.

  • Dina Angress remembers Anne Frank

    Language: English

    Dina Angress knew Anne Frank as a shy and quiet schoolmate in Amsterdam. Even though they weren’t close friends, she speaks on how Anne Frank’s diary was so relatable to her own story. Dina also relates on the importance of tolerance and Holocaust education.

  • Jean Sothere Ndamyuwera

    Language: English

    Jean Sothere Ndamyuwera reflects on life after the genocide in Rwanda and the lessons he learned. He also speaks on the importance of tolerance and forgiveness. Jean’s testimony is featured in the IWitness activity, Information Quest: The Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda.

  • Arsene Nsabimana on forgiveness

    Language: English

    Arsene Nsabimana encourages people around the world to stop fighting with one another and be respectful of each other’s differences. Arsene also speaks on his decision to forgive his perpetrators and how forgiveness became a coping mechanism.

  • Cila Aaron with a message to the future

    Language: English

    Cila Aaron hopes her children will live in a world full of tolerance and peace.

  • Michael Abend with a message to the future

    Language: English

    Michael Abend hopes his testimony will inspire future generations to be more tolerant of each other’s differences. He also adds that the young people throughout the world will recognize genocide warnings and work together to prevent violence against ethnic groups.

  • Agnes Adachi with a message to the future

    Language: English

    Agnes Adachi speaks about peace and how we must speak to our children because they are so important in creating a peaceful world.

     

  • Leo Bach with a message to the future

    Language: English

    Leo Bach explains how humanity has a responsibility to stop atrocities like the Holocaust from happening again.

  • Celina Biniaz with a Message to the Future

    Language: English

    Celina Biniaz asks future generations to see the good in others to prevent genocides from happening again.

     

  • Renée Firestone on the Importance of Tolerance

    Language: English

    Renée Firestone reflects on the importance of tolerance and hopes that future generations will learn from her testimony, and stand up against prejudice.

  • Sir Nicholas Winton on his decision to save over 600 children

    Language: English

    100 Days to Inspire Respect

    Sir Nicholas Winton, responsible for organizing the Kindertransport that saved the lives of 669 Jewish children, passed away at the age of 106. Here is his message to the future.

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