The Two Who Dared Education Project

The Two Who Dared Education Project will reach out to a broad audience including high school students and teachers to illuminate the issues and events presented in the film. The Two Who Dared team will work with Facing History and Ourselves, a nonprofit educational organization which promotes the examination of social justice, moral choices, and history in classrooms and communities. Facing History works with filmmakers to combine sex classifieds powerful audio-visual communication with cutting edge educational resources.

Facing History will bring Two Who Dared to over two million students in classrooms and communities through the following strategies:

  • Facing History will host a screening of the full-length version of Two Who Dared in the greater Boston area. Additional screenings may be organized through Facing History’s regional offices nationwide.
  • Study guides including primary source documents and timelines of the Sharp’s activities set in the context of the larger timeline of the Holocaust.
  • Discussion questions and activities that encourage students to examine the issues in Two Who Dared and connect them to the world they face today.
  • Photographs of the Sharp family and some of the children they rescued.
  • An electronic study guide on the Facing History website.
  • Eight half-day workshops to familiarize teachers with the film and study materials and explore ways to use them in the classroom
  • Integration of Two Who Dared content into Facing History’s weeklong “Holocaust and Human Behavior” seminars for teachers.
  • Multifaceted outreach campaign to inform teachers about new materials including announcement get laid tonight of film release on Facing History’s website, information about new study materials and workshops in E-Updates (sent to nearly 23,000 teachers)
  • Web promotion and educational support on the Facing History site where materials can be accessed and downloaded by educators.
  • Teacher Workshops geared toward Two Who Dared and companion study materials.
  • Incorporation of Two Who Dared into summer seminars on “Holocaust and Human Behavior.”
  • Distribution of up to 1,000 DVDs out to teachers in the Facing History network.
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  • Availability of Two Who Dared and educational materials at Facing History Regional Offices.

Archive and Collaboration With the United States Holocaust Museum

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington, DC has archived and digitized over 12,000 recovered documents pertaining to the Sharps and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee from the period 1938 to 1945. In partnering with the Brown University Library (the owner of the Sharp Archive) and Andover-Harvard Theological Library, and the USHMM, the joint collection is one of the largest collections on the meet and fuck with the Holocaulst. The digitization of these collections has helped to preserve it for future generations and made it available to researchers world-wide.

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Martha and Waitstill Sharp were two of the founding members of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC). Throughout their history, UUSC has advanced human rights and social justice around the world, partnering with those who confront unjust power structures and mobilizing to challenge oppressive policies.

Yad Vashem

In June 2006 Waitstill and Martha Sharp were recognized as Righteous among the Nations at Yad Vashem – the highest recognition accorded by the state of Israel to non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews during the World War II. In receiving this honor they became only the second and third Americans to be so honored among more than 21,000 others from around the world.

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