by Storyteller ALTON CHUNG
Solly Ganor, a Lithuanian Jew, was a boy when Germany invaded his country in1940. He was eventually sent to Dachau and was rescued by members of the 100th Battalion/442nd Regimental Combat Team, the all-Japanese American unit. Fifty years later he once again meets the man who saved him.
- What if an environmental disaster occurred in Canada and forced millions of Canadians south across the border into the US. Would you open your house to take in some refugees who have nothing? What would you give up to share with them?
- What if an environmental disaster occurred in Mexico and forced millions of Mexicans across the border into the US, would you open your house to some refugees who had nothing? Would your behavior be different than your reaction to the Canadian refugees? Why?
- People who lived through WWII are passing away. In a few years, there will no longer be any eyewitnesses to the events of recent history. How do we know what happened in Civil War, in Medieval Europe, at the building of the Pyramids in Egypt? How is history preserved? How does the past affect our present and future?
- If you and your family were sent to an incarceration camp, would you volunteer to fight for the U.S.? Would you serve, if drafted into the Military? Would you remained loyal to the U.S.?
- Light One Candle: A Survivor’s Tale by Solly Ganor
- Visas and Virtue, Visual Communications, Cedar Grove Production, 26 minutes, 1997, (1997 Academy Award, Best Live Action Short Film)
- Okage Sama De (I am what I am because of you.) A DVD by Alton Chung
- Asian American/Asians
- Stereotypes and Discrimination
- Taking A Stand and Peacemaking