SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Dara Horn
It's becoming clear that more lessons about the Holocaust won't address the problem of antisemitism in contemporary America, because it places both Jews and prejudice against them in another time and place.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Why legislation is needed to make Holocaust education more prominent in public schools: 5 questions answered
by Jennifer Rich
The Never Again Education Act will seek to address these kinds of gaps in knowledge by making Holocaust education a bigger and more important part of education in various middle and high schools across the country.
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