Projects

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.

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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.

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Last Chance Collection

We are seeking Canadians who survived the Holocaust who have not yet recorded their stories. With almost 100 testimonies now completed, we are still recording testimonies in-person in English, French, Russian, Hebrew and Hungarian in every city in Canada.

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Survey of North American Teens on the Holocaust and Antisemitism

We used a pre/post-treatment survey to assess what 3,593 teens across Canada and the United States know and think about the Holocaust and antisemitism.

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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.

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