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"With My Own Eyes" is a 20-minute educational documentary produced by the Holocaust Center for Humanity. This video weaves the testimonies and artifacts of local Holocaust survivors with contemporary issues of bullying, bystanders, and world genocides. The goal of the documentary is to introduce the viewer to the Holocaust and to connect this history to our world today. For grades 7 and up.
Writer/Producer: Ilana Cone Kennedy
Director/Videographer/Editor: Don Porter
Editor/Effects/Graphics: Robert Campbell
We thank the following funders: Conference on Material Claims Against Germany, 4Culture King County Lodging Tax, Nancy E. Powell, Frances Roth and Stanley R. Schill Foundation, Harry E. and Carol P. Heller, Arthur Powell, Natalie Mayer, Joe Mayer, Jack and Lilly T. Warnick, Karen Beck, Humanities Washington
"Survivor Voices"- Online testimonies
Find out more about Steve, Henry and Magda, the survivors featured in the film. "Survivor Voices" includes maps, photos, timelines, and additional testimony.
Viewer's Guide to the film With My Own Eyes
Curriculum -With My Own Eyes
A comprehensive curriculum for the film with maps, transcripts, background information and lessons contributed by three master teachers: Branda Anderson, Kamiak High School, Mukilteo, Lindsey Mutschler, Lake Washington Girls Middle School, Seattle, and Nance Adler, The Jewish Day School, Bellevue
Major events of the survivors featured in the film - Henry, Magda, and Steve - and general historical events on a timeline to supplement the film.
With My Own Eyes: Seattle Times Newspapers In Education Series
A series of three articles presented by the Holocaust Center and the Seattle Times Newspapers In Education Program. Article 1 - Magda Schaloum, Auschwitz Survivor | Article 2 - Steve Adler, Survivor and Part of the Kindertransport | Article 3 - Henry Friedman, Survived the Holocaust in Hiding | Curriculum
|Don Porter filming|
|Holocaust survivor Steve Adler|
|Holocaust survivor Magda Schaloum|
|Holocaust survivor Henry Friedman|
|Laurie Warshal Cohen interviewing survivors for the film|