In a new documentary distributed by Films for the Humanities and Sciences and the Shoah Foundation, established by renowned filmmaker Steven Spielberg in 1984, seven young people armed with mini-camcorders set out to draw a parallel between the instances of intolerance and bigotry they encounter in their everyday lives and the testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Students talk candidly about their experiences and provide suggestions for how each of them can strive to make the world a better, more tolerant place. The video, "Giving Voice," consists of three components: a 25-minute reality TV-style documentary; a 43-minute film of eyewitness accounts from...

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