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US Bill to Save Refugee Children Hits Wall of Anti-Semitism

An attempt to save refugee children in the US hits antisemitism "so deep and so cruel."

Susan & Joseph Arrive in America

When the children finally arrived at Ellis Island, only their father greeted them.

Charles Lindbergh & The America First Committee

Founded by a handful of students, it became the largest anti-war group in US history.

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“The Homeless, Tempest-Tossed” (1942 - )

As the Allies liberate German camps, the public sees the sheer scale of the Holocaust.

“The Golden Door” (Beginnings-1938)

Reversing open borders, a xenophobic backlash prompts Congress to restrict immigration.

The Holocaust and Authoritarianism Today

Filmmakers and special guests explore themes from the U.S. and the Holocaust.

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