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En Español: “La Puerta de Oro”

Season 1 Episode 4 | 2hr 08m 43s

Luego de décadas de fronteras abiertas, y debido a la xenofobia, el Congreso pasa sus primeras leyes restringiendo la inmigración. En Alemania, Hitler y los Nazis comienzan la persecución de judíos causando que muchos traten de huir a países vecinos o a América. El presidente Franklin Roosevelt y otros líderes mundiales no pueden coordinar una respuesta a la crisis de refugiados.

Aired: 09/17/22 | Expires: 04/22/23
Corporate funding provided by Bank of America. Major funding provided by David M. Rubenstein; the Park Foundation; the Judy and Peter Blum Kovler Foundation; Gilbert S. Omenn and Martha A. Darling; The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations; and by the following members of The Better Angels Society: Jeannie and Jonathan Lavine; Jan and Rick Cohen; Allan and Shelley Holt; the Koret Foundation; David and Susan Kreisman; Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder; Blavatnik Family Foundation; Crown Family Philanthropies, honoring the Crown and Goodman Families; the Fullerton Family Charitable Fund; Dr. Georgette Bennett and Dr. Leonard Polonsky; The Russell Berrie Foundation; Diane and Hal Brierley; John and Catherine Debs; and Leah Joy Zell and the Joy Foundation. Funding was also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by public television viewers.
Extras
Asking what individuals can do when governments fail to act.
Asking what it means to be a land of immigrants.
Asking if the U.S. has a responsibility to intervene in humanitarian crises.
Asking how we as a society can learn from the past.
People assume every Jew died in a camp or gas chamber. But that’s only part of the story.
It is impossible to tally how many thousands the board saved, directly or indirectly.
Holocaust survivor Eva Geiringer reflects on life in Auschwitz.
Los Aliados liberan los campos Alemanes y el público ve la magnitud del Holocausto.
As the Allies liberate German camps, the public sees the sheer scale of the Holocaust.
As war begins, some Americans work tirelessly to help refugees; others remain indifferent.
Los Aliados liberan los campos Alemanes y el público ve la magnitud del Holocausto.
As the Allies liberate German camps, the public sees the sheer scale of the Holocaust.
As war begins, some Americans work tirelessly to help refugees; others remain indifferent.
En la guerra, algunos estadounidenses ayudan a los refugiados; otros son indiferentes.
Reversing open borders, a xenophobic backlash prompts Congress to restrict immigration.