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Hollywood Goes to War

Hollywood Goes to War was created by public history students from Kennesaw State University for the Museum of History & Holocaust Education. Browse the site to learn about the history of Hollywood during World War II and to watch historical newsreels, listen to Marlene Dietrich, and even view Casablanca in its entirety. You will have the opportunity to access teacher resources, read primary documents, and share your own story.

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Identities: Understanding Islam in a Cross-Cultural Context

Identities: Understanding Islam in a Cross-Cultural Context explores Muslim communities in metro Atlanta and in Casablanca, Morocco, the commonalities between Moroccan and American life, as well as common stereotypes and misperceptions about Islam. A collaborative effort by student project members in Kennesaw and Casablanca, the online exhibit fulfills a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the American Association of Museums.