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During the Holocaust, religious, moral, and legal systems failed in deterring the dangers of prejudice, apathy, and indifference. These same dangers are present today. By studying the Holocaust, students learn to challenge preconceptions and understand the complex relationship between individual identity and universal identity. During the Holocaust, religious, moral, and legal systems failed in deterring the dangers of prejudice, apathy, and indifference.

In addition to the PowerPoint presentation, available for use in your classroom, are curriculum trunks organized under the direction of local educators. These trunks include multi-media tools, lesson plans, videos, posters and books. They are age appropriate for middle and high school use.

GUIDELINES FOR TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST
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