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350 Students Participate Launch Iwitness Un
350 Students Participate in Launch of IWitness at the UN
Holocaust survivor Roman Kent with students from Esperanza Academy Charter High School, and their teacher, Jonathan Young (back row, far right), who is one of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute's Master Teachers.
From left: Kimberly Mann, Manager of the Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme; Ambassador Jeffrey DeLaurentis, U.S. Alternate Representative for Special Political Affairs; Roman Kent, survivor of the Holocaust; Kiyotaka Akasaka, United Nations Under Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information; Stephen D. Smith, USC Shoah Foundation Institute Executive Director; and Sherry Bard, USC Shoah Foundation Institute Project Director, Educational Programs.
Trent Williams, a student from New Rochelle High School, speaks about his experiences using IWitness.
Stephanie Dabaghian (right), a student from New Milford HIgh School, speaks about her experiences using IWitness.
Stephen D. Smith (standing), USC Shoah Foundation Institute Executive Director, with students who attended the event.
A middle-school student from Riverdale Public School, with a question for Roman Kent, a survivor of the Holocaust.
Roman Kent, a survivor of the Holocaust, who gave testimony to the USC Shoah Foundation Institute, answered students' questions at the event.