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    Auschwitz Poster


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    “The Holocaust provides one of the most effective subjects for examining basic moral issues. A structured inquiry into this history yields critical lessons for an investigation into human behavior. It also addresses one of the central mandates of education in the United States, which is to examine what it means to be a responsible citizen.” United State Holocaust Memorial Museum

    By studying these topics, students come to realize that:

    • Democratic institutions and values are not automatically sustained, but need to be appreciated, nurtured, and protected.
    • Silence and indifference to the suffering of others, or to the infringement of civil rights in any society, can—however unintentionally—perpetuate these problems.
    • The Holocaust was not an accident in history; it occurred because individuals, organizations, and governments made choices that not only legalized discrimination but also allowed prejudice, hatred, and ultimately mass murder to occur.
    • The Holocaust was a watershed event, not only in the 20th century but also in the entire course of human history.


    The poster “Auschwitz” (photograph by Adrienne Evans) features the Dr. Haim Ginott quote “Dear Teacher” etched in the stone of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial.

    The poster is free-of-charge if picked up at the Center.

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