Diverse Collection Initiatives

USC Shoah Foundation is committed to expanding the Visual History Archive to include testimony from survivors and witnesses of massacres and genocides before, during, and after the Shoah and the Second World War, and to make such testimony available for educational use around the world via the Visual History Archive.

"Each collection in the Visual History Archive adds context for the others, providing multiple pathways to learn from the eyewitnesses of history across time, locations, cultures and social-political circumstances."--VHA home page


Global Work of the USC Shoah Foundation

USC Shoah Foundation engages in work around the world to promote study of the Holocaust and other acts of massacre and genocide. Currently thirty-six countries are listed on the Global Work page as locations where the work of USC Shoah Foundation and its Visual History Archive has proceeded. The same page offers a list of participating educational institutions.