As Perri noted. “I want them to question the media that they see,” Chasin said. “Right now, we’re going into an election period, and I think it’s really important that they listen carefully, that they understand what the message is and who the messenger is. As global citizens, it’s important for them for to understand that as artists, they have a responsibility and this is part of their responsibility.”
For a more expanded discussion of “State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda,” and the Otis students’ experience, please link to: “Nazi Propaganda and the Forging of Hate, ” Evan Henerson, Jewish Journal.