film “Schindler’s List,” the Visual History Archive he founded is hosting a special contest for
secondary school students that combines new technologies with historical information in a way to
encourages community engagement.
USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education is proud to offer the IWitness
Video Challenge (iwitness.usc.edu), which not only brings history to life in a very unique way, but also offers students the
chance make a difference in their own neighborhoods, while giving them a way to share their work with
young people around the world.