Student Video on Genocide

High School Project Inspired by "Rescuing Raoul Wallenberg"

High school student Olivia Pruett, while studying Holocaust history, learned about

Raoul Wallenberg and his heroic work in Budapest during World War II. She prepared

a report on Wallenberg with comparisons to genocide in today’s world. Her interest in

the relevance of both Wallenberg's and Sonnenfeld's stories to the question of what

one single person can do in the face of genocide inspired her to create a short video

on the subject. RWCFI encouraged Olivia to include selected footage from our current

Documentary project, "Rescuing Raoul Wallenberg", to complete her excellent video.


 

Please take a moment to watch the following student-produced video:

What Can One Person Do?