Elie Wiesel helps probe the logic of hatred as expressed in books, religion, history and personal experience. When he was 15, his family perished in the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. As he has struggled to understand hatred and its role in contemporary world affairs, he has become a prolific writer, a leader in the worldwide cause of human rights and the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize.
Moyers, Bill D.; Wiesel, Elie 1928
International Cultural Programming, Inc; Public Affairs Television (Firm); Films for the Humanities (Firm)
War, Military; War and International Conflicts; Hate; Prejudices; Hate crimes; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Personal narratives; Holocaust survivors
North America; United States
- Rights Statement
- In Copyright
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- Physical Description
58 minutes; color
Access condition: campus-only.
Participants: Bill Moyers, Elie Wiesel.
- Other Identifiers
Filename: lms-090142; Fedora 2 PID: umd:1730; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/987; OCLC: ocm36779598; Catalog Key: alephsys002359187; Catalog Key: FFH 6776
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