USC Dornsife history Professor Wolf Gruner has helped launch an effort — the #LastSeen Project — to recover photos of the Nazis’ mass deportations, identify victims and tell their stories.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, the interim executive director of USC Shoah Foundation discusses concerns about genocide in Ukraine, the distortion of the Holocaust, and the loss of a Ukrainian Holocaust survivor to the Russian assault on Mariupol.
A visit by survivor Pinchas Gutter to his homeland is a recollection of the family he lost and the life he might have lived.
USC Shoah Foundation develops technology that allows audiences to interact with the recorded image of a genocide survivor.
Seventy years after the camp was liberated, institute helps bring survivors, teachers and others to milestone event.
The president was recognized with the Ambassador for Humanity Award for his efforts to protect human rights, his commitment to education and his work advancing opportunities for all.
Now comes the "next significant chapter" for the USC Shoah Foundation, says founder Steven Spielberg. Researchers are united by the importance of the work.