Thursday, March 28 | 9:00am - 3:30pm | Freeman High School, Spokane County, WA | 6 Clock Hours | Lunch provided | Flyer
Practical, hands-on, engaging activities for the classroom, free resources for grades 5-12.
Participants will be challenged to address issues of citizenship, stereotypes, confronting intolerance, and the difference each one of us can make.
Special guest Holocaust survivor and Spokane resident Carla Peperzak will share her own personal stories of resistance.
- Using personal stories and primary sources
- Challenging stereotypes
- Rescue and Resistance
$20 registration fee.
Sponsored by the Holocaust Center for Humanity, Freeman High School, and Washington State University.