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Videos  about Hate Crimes 

Title Description
Auschwitz: If You Cried, You Died The story of two Holocaust survivors as they revisit Auschwitz Concentration Camp. The moving accounts of the men, combined with historic visuals, help viewers become aware of the horrors of prejudice and hate. 28 minutes. VHS 1998
Hate Crimes Audience: Law Enforcement. VHS 1993
Not in Our Town A documentary about the people of Billings, Montana, who took a stand against a series of hate crimes in their community. 27 minutes. VHS
Not in Our Town II Building on the experiences of Billings, Montana, as profiled in the original Not in Our Town, this video presents six new stories about people working to create hate-free towns, cities, workplaces, and schools. 57 minutes. VHS 
Shadow of Hate With documentary footage and eyewitness reports, this video spans three centuries to examine this country's ongoing struggle to live up to its ideals of liberty, equality and justice for all. 40 minutes. VHS with teacher's kit. 1995