Challenging Stories Book Club aims to provide grade 6 teachers with practical tools, ideas and strategies for how to teach the Holocaust using children's literature.
Each month, we will feature an author of a highly regarded, age-appropriate book, in conversation with a grade 6 educator who will discuss how they teach the book in their own classroom.
Announcing the Canadian Premiere of the Willesden Project! Presented by the Jewish Heritage Committee of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), in partnership with Liberation75, Echoes and Reflections and USC Shoah Foundation. Inspired by the power of story to transform lives, this ground-breaking initiative combines testimony, technology, and music to reshape Holocaust education.
The IWalk Project
Liberation75 and Centre for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES) have joined with the USC Shoah Foundation to create an ambitious, interactive IWalk App to encourage student groups and tourists to visit the Monument and to educate them about the reality of the Holocaust and its aftereffects.
Antisemitism Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
My Generation and Yours
3 countries, 3 families, 3 generations.This film explores the legacy of antisemitism as experienced by Holocaust Survivors, their children, and their grandchildren. What did antisemitism look like then? What does it look like now? What might it look like in the future? Created by award-winning filmmakers, Shoy Pictures, for Liberation75.
We created the first Virtual Holocaust Library to house all the recordings from Liberation75. Our library has since expanded to house world-leading digital content from partner organizations, museums, educators, artists and Holocaust survivors. All the content is online and free - with no registration required.