February 22, 2024
Eti Koren | Survivor of the Hamas Terrorist Attack | USC Shoah Foundation

Eti Koren | Survivor of the Hamas Terrorist Attack | USC Shoah Foundation

Eti Koren | Survivor of the Hamas Terrorist Attack | USC Shoah Foundation

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Eti Koren | Survivor of the Hamas Terrorist Attack | USC Shoah Foundation

Location of Experience: Kibbutz Kfar Azza

The USC Shoah Foundation is recording testimonies of survivors of the October 7, 2023 attacks in Israel, a brutal massacre in which Hamas terrorists murdered 1,400 people, took 250 hostages, and injured thousands. Interviews are being recorded and distributed in partnership with media and organizational partners in Israel. The testimonies are part of the USC Shoah Foundation’s Countering Antisemitism Through Testimony Collection, which documents incidents of antisemitism after 1945. The testimonies will be indexed and preserved in the Visual History Archive alongside the testimonies of 56,000 survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides.

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USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education develops empathy, understanding and respect through testimony, using its Visual History Archive of more than 55,000 video testimonies, academic programs and partnerships across USC and 170 universities, and award-winning IWitness education program. USC Shoah Foundation’s interactive programming, research and materials are accessed in museums and universities, cited by government leaders and NGOs, and taught in classrooms around the world. Now in its third decade, USC Shoah Foundation reaches millions of people on six continents from its home at the University of Southern California.

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