This program is adaptable to middle and high school students, and is available to adult community groups.
Students will view a series of videos of Holocaust survivors who tell their stories about being targets of hatred and anti-Semitism. The survivors also offer inspiring messages about the will to survive and how to improve our world. A Mizel Museum Holocaust educator will lead a discussion about the survivors’ experiences and provide a framework for understanding how to confront racism and hatred in today’s world.
Here is just one example of the powerful videos in our collection:
Living Lessons can be brought to your school, community location, or viewed at the Mizel Museum as part of a tour or field trip.