Politics • 5m 54s
In this 360° VR blend of animation and live-action video, Holocaust survivor Roman Kent shares his story of a dog in Nazi-occupied Poland who taught him a timeless lesson: that love is stronger than hate.
Produced by USC Shoah Foundation
Creative Director: Stephen D. Smith
Producers: Kori Street, Stephen D. Smith, Joan Getman
2017 | 6 min | USA
Accompanying Curriculum: http://bit.ly/3XXFSzZ
—Lesson 1: Difference and Community
—Lesson 2.1: Stereotypes and Dehumanization
—Lesson 2.2: The role and potential of bystanders
—Lesson 2.3: Oppression and Resistance
—Lesson 3: Is Love Stronger than Hate?
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