What is IWitness?
Over 3,000 video testimonies, multimedia activities, digital resources – the place to participate actively in learning.
students with the past
them in the present
them to build a better future
Student Opportunity - Junior Internship Program
USC Shoah Foundation is looking for 20 students in 7th–11th grades who are interested in participating in its William P. Lauder Junior Internship Program. The program provides students a unique learning opportunity to develop their own voices by engaging with testimonies—personal stories—from survivors and witnesses of genocide.
2019 ‘Stronger Than Hate Challenge’ Winners
Sabrina B. and Sydney B. of Monte Vista High School in Danville, CA, will receive a scholarship for their winning video essay, Learning to Love, which inspired their school and community to counter hate.
Stronger Than Hate
Stronger Than Hate empowers students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions they need to counter hatred and indifference in their daily lives.
By engaging with the stories of survivors and witnesses of genocide, students confront the difficult reality of hate, and explore how they can respond to hate through action.
2019-2020 Online Professional Development
Take part in this year's online professional development opportunities through IWitness. IWitness webinars are open to anyone. Webinars are led by education specialists and trainers at USC Shoah Foundation.