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Finding Home

A New Life

Students will learn about the difficult circumstances that survivors faced after the war in rebuilding their lives, and learn about the different factors in many people's decision not to return to the countries where they had previously lived.

Racism

Always the Scapegoat

Follow the evolvement of antisemitism from its origin to its use in racial Nazi ideology. Students will break into groups to discuss questions on antisemitism, scapegoating, and the effects of hate speech.

Bystanders

Bystander’s Guilt

Students will learn the definition of being a bystander to the Holocaust. They will have the opportunity to think critically about what it really means to be a bystander, the different levels of inactivity and passivity, and whether or not calling oneself a bystander deflects responsibility.

Bystanders

Bystanders in a Small Town

Watch a video on bystanders in the small town of Buczacz in the Ukraine by Facing History and Ourselves. Students will catch a glimpse of the side of the Holocaust that was not carried out by systematic murder in the camps.

Partisans

Changing the Narrative

Students will watch a video with testimonies from people that fought as Jewish partisans. This lesson will go over the myth that Jews did not resist, contradict it, and open up a discussion on changing the narrative.