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My Survivor

Kaelyn and Rachel in "My Survivor." The film documents the life-changing experiences of some of the 500 University of Miami students who forge intimate relationships with Holocaust survivors through an innovative internship program.
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Kaelyn and Rachel in "My Survivor." The film documents the life-changing experiences of some of the 500 University of Miami students who forge intimate relationships with Holocaust survivors through an innovative internship program.

Airs Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 8 p.m. on KPBS 2 (not available to stream on demand)

Who will tell the story of the Holocaust when the last survivor is gone?

“My Survivor” documents the life-changing experiences of some of the 500 University of Miami students who forge intimate relationships with Holocaust survivors through an innovative internship program.

Building powerful intergenerational bonds, students listen to survivors' first-hand accounts and come to embrace their cause to preserve the memory and lessons of the Holocaust.

My Survivor Film Project is on Facebook.

"My Survivor" film preview

This film is not available to stream on demand.

Credits:

Producer/ Director: Jerry Levine. Distributed by American Public Television.