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Holocaust in Education

Undermining the Lessons of History’s Atrocities

The narrative that America cannot survive introspection multiplies and is absorbed by others. Don’t let it re-write history. The unpleasant must be taught.

A young woman viewing a display of a stripped concentration camp uniform from the Absence of Humanity The Holocaust Years 1933–1945, a permanent exhibition at The Breman Musuem that tells the story of the Holocaust through the experiences of survivors who made their home in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
A visitor at the Breman Museum in November 2014. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.




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André Alyeska

André Alyeska

Editor of Animated Man and founder of February 5. Writes on Politics, Social Issues, Mental Health, and Mindfulness with the goal to fix this mess we’re in.

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