Saving the stories of the last Holocaust survivors
Museums and libraries from London to Albuquerque are racing to record and digitize the oral histories of the last generation of Holocaust survivors, advocates say, as the horrors of the Holocaust slip from public memory.
The big picture: Fewer than 50,000 survivors remain in the U.S., according to the Anti-Defamation League. The very youngest survivors are now in their 80s, and some have spoken out against rising antisemitism — something they've seen before.
At a time of rising concern about antisemitism, the growing online video archives of survivors' testimonies are...