schindler's list

Belgian state TV apologizes for video parodying ‘Schindler’s List’

VRT said that it was removing the “inappropriate” April 7 video from its YouTube channel.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
20/04/2022

‘Schindler’s List’ leggings? Clothes with images from the Holocaust movie go viral on social media

“Schindler’s List” has made the news in multiple ways recently, for a range of reasons.

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA
20/04/2022
Oskar Schindler as portrayed by Liam Neeson in Schindler's List

Plans for museum on Schindler survivors’ former camp spark environmental protest

Plans to build a commemoration site on the ruins of Plaszow camp in Poland where the people who worked for Oskar Schindler were interred are being protested on environmental grounds.

By CAANAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
27/11/2021

Holocaust Remembrance day can help improve Holocaust education - opinion

There are 33 states with no mandate to teach the Holocaust, which makes pop culture the first source of information for many Americans.

By LUKE BERRYMAN
03/04/2021
Halina Silber

Holocaust survival thanks to Schindler's list for life in America

Halina Silber tells her story of being saved via Schindler’s list and rebuilding her life in America.

By SUZANNE POLLAK
20/11/2019
Auschwitz survivor Branko Lustig (L) kisses the hand of Croatian Pres. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic

‘Schindler’s List’ producer and Holocaust survivor Branko Lustig dead

Lustig’s work on American films helped him move to Los Angeles in the 1980s, where he met Steven Spielberg, who directed “Schindler’s List.” The film won the Oscar for best picture in 1994.

By JTA STAFF
15/11/2019
Jason Brown (USA) performs in the men’s free skate program during the Skate America competition

Jewish Olympian Jason Brown now skates to music from ‘Schindler’s List’

“My background, obviously, is Jewish, and the story is so touching,” Brown, 24, told NBC Sports.

By EMILY BURACK/ JTA
05/11/2019

‘Eva.Stories’ and Holocaust film trends

Social media venues like Instagram can be highly problematic platforms for meaningful Holocaust education.

By RICH BROWNSTEIN
02/10/2019
Schindler's List original

'Schindler's List' escape room in Greece raises questions

"How does a pastime that reduces the Holocaust to a game exist — and thrive — for almost two years and without any repercussions?"

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