Scattered Seeds-Hidden Children of the Holocaust

This film tells the story of two Holocaust survivors who were hidden in Nazi-ruled Europe for several years until they migrated United States. Family and friends of these hidden children sacrificed their own fates in hope that one day they would get to live fruitful lives. For suggested curricular activities related to the program, click the Educational Material tab.

Fascinating stories produced by local filmmakers and introduced to us through HEC-TV's partnership with University City's Commission for Local Origination Programming (CALOP). Different hosts interview each of the filmmakers and their films are shown in their entirety.

Scattered Seeds-Hidden Children of the Holocaust

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am