Eighth-grader Benjamin Barth of Teaneck used to think that all Jews affected by the Holocaust were in either ghettos or concentration camps. Now, as a result of his participation in the oral history film project “Names, Not Numbers,” he understands much more about the Shoah. “It’s not just a single story of Jews in ghettos and concentration camps,” said Benjamin, who is a student at the Moriah School in Englewood. “There are other aspects, like people resisting all over Europe.” For full story click here.
For 18 months, a group led by USC's Shoah Foundation has been creating three-dimensional holograms of nearly a dozen people who survived Nazi Germany's systematic extermination of six million Jews during World War II, so the stories can endure. For full story click here.