When the students of Tennessee's Whitwell Middle Schoolbegan studying the Holocaust as a way to learn aboutintolerance and diversity, nobody could have predicted theresults. In 2001, the Paper Clip Project culminated in aunique memorial that changed the lives of those who createdit, as well as touching Holocaust survivors and countlesscommunities. Because Norwegians invented the paper clip andused it as a symbol of solidarity against the Nazis,students started collecting them to help visualize such vastnumbers of victims. As word spread online and in the media,paper clips poured in from around the world, 11 million ofwhich are enshrined in an authentic German railcar standingin the schoolyard. 'Patiently told and lovingly made'(Variety), this inspiring, award-winning documentary showshow even small-town students and educators can teach theworld powerful lessons.