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An Evening featuring USC Shoah Foundation’s
Armenian Genocide Testimony Program
Friday, March 31, 2017 | Hosted by Melanie Dadourian
The favor of a reply is requested by Monday, March 27, 2017
Accept with pleasure __________
Decline with regret __________
City __________________________________________ State ________________ Zip _________________________
Phone ________________________________ Email ____________________________________________________
Please RSVP to Nick Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 740-5632
About USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education
In 1994, after completing the film Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg established the Shoah Foundation to
collect and preserve video testimonies of survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust. He envisioned that
these accounts could have a profound effect on education, and that the survivors could become teachers of
humanity for generations to come.
Today, USC Shoah Foundation has the largest Visual History Archive of its kind in the world. With more than
54,000 testimonies in 41 languages from 62 countries, the Institute has become a world academic leader in
the study of genocide and the use of testimony for education. The Institute is working to preserve its
collection in perpetuity and has expanded the Archive to include accounts of survivors and witnesses of
USC Shoah Foundation’s Armenian Genocide Collection is the largest archive of filmed interviews of
Armenian Genocide survivors and witnesses. Through scholarly research and educational engagement in
schools around the world, these testimonies can be a powerful force for understanding, empathy, civic
engagement and reconciliation, even in the face of denial and hatred. For more information about USC
Shoah Foundation, please visit http://sfi.usc.edu.
We look forward to sharing this special night with you!