Friends (from the original site)

World Outside My Shoes, Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.

World Outside My Shoes came into existence as a result of continuing requests for Carl Wilkens to speak at schools, community events, educator workshops, and other professional groups across the country about his experiences in Rwanda during the genocide. From these experiences he is able to move into sharing life principles that impact relationships and opportunities that we encounter every day. In January 2008 Carl left his job working with high school students for the past 11 years in order to respond full time to these invitations. He soon saw the need to establish a structure that could both facilitate these speaking events while also providing a channel for support from those who share the vision of World Outside My Shoes.

The Lowell Milken CenterFort Scott, Kansas, U.S.A.

Located in Fort Scott, Kansas, the Lowell Milken Center discovers, develops and communicates the stories of unsung heroes who have made a profound and positive difference on the course of history. Through student-driven project-based learning, people throughout America and the world learn that each of us has the responsibility and the power to take actions that "repair the world" by improving the lives of others.

Imperial War Museum, London, England

The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day. It seeks to provide for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history of modern war and ‘war-time experience’. It is proud to be regarded as one of the essential sights of London.

The Anne Frank HouseAmsterdam, Netherlands

The Anne Frank House is an independent organization entrusted with the care of the Secret Annexe, the place where Anne Frank went into hiding during World War II and where she wrote her diary. It brings her life story to the attention of people all over the world to encourage them to reflect on the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.

Useless Eaters, Virginia Beach, Virgina, U.S.A

The methods used for mass extermination in the Nazi death camps originated and were perfected in earlier use against people with physical, emotional, and intellectual disabilities. Developed from the article by Dr. Mark Mostert, this website describes the historical context of attitudes toward people with disabilities in Germany and how this context produced mass murder of people with disabilities prior to and during the early years of World War II.

The Robert H. Jackson Center, Jamestown, New York, USA

Located outside of Buffalo in Jamestown, New York, the mission of the Robert H. Jackson Center is to advance the legacy of Nuremberg lead prosecutor Robert H. Jackson through education, exhibitry, and by pursuing the relevance of his ideas for our present generation. To that end, special emphasis is  placed on educating youth on issues of justice and fairness, and in applying Jackson's views on international law as they relate to aggressive war, war crimes, and acts of terror in today's world.

Speak Truth To Power, Washington, D.C. U.S.A.

Speak Truth to Power is a project of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, a multi-faceted global initiative that uses the experiences of courageous defenders from around the world to educate students and others about human rights, and urge them to take action. Issues range from slavery and environmental activism to religious self-determination and political participation. Our student adaptation of that play is indebted for the used of Kerry Kennedy's book and Mr. Dorfman's format, and hopes to inspire its audience in a similar way.

The Summer Institute For Human Rights And Genocide Studies, Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.

Rooted in the study of the Holocaust, the Summer Institute is designed for students who are interested in politics, history, international relations, or the social sciences.  It provides its  participants with the opportunity to hear human rights experts, historians, and advocates, as well as take part in hands-on activities, discussions, and field trips--all to inspire its students to have a positive impact on the world.  Recognized by C-SPAN and the winner of both local and national education awards, its alumni have gone on to pursue careers in journalism, law, politics, medicine, education, and human services.