For the last two days we were honored as part of a STEM
Schools final showcase. 7th and 8th graders learned about the Holocaust. The
kids focused on all aspects of the Holocaust that affected 11.5 million people,
six million where Jews, and 1.2 million where children. The theme, Our
Holocaust Museum, and the children created some amazing showcases.
The upper class wrote a song in honor of Holocaust
Survivors, powerful. Nathan wrote the song, the music, and he copyrighted the
song; four individuals including Nathan sing the song.
To all my teachers, I thank you for helping me develop,
grow, and helping me overcome many fears. Everyday I learn something new, and I
think about the teachers who never gave up on me, Thank you…
Teachers help us develop from a toddler to adults. Teachers
help us read, write, and develop critical thinking. Teachers also help with our
emotional quotients. Teachers are amazing and we need to stand up for the
teachers and their rights.
To all the teachers, you do an amazing job everyday, thank
My name is Fanny Starr, and I am a Holocaust survivor, and I
am disturbed to hear how old hatred towards humanity is resurfacing.
Seventy-two years ago today, April 15, 1945, the British liberated me from
Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp. I know
what’s it like to be torn apart from my parents, and to live in constant fear.
Our Holocaust work is encountering different people from all
walks of life, and amongst them are Dream Act Kids, These kids fear their
families will be torn apart. The Deportation Act created by extreme hatred in
America is horrifying. ICE agents can come to anyone’s home, and do what is
called an “expedited removal” with no hearings necessary. The act has lead to
sanctuary cities for the illegal immigrants who’ve resided in the US for many
One teacher from Boulder, CO who contacted us is teaching
her students about PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). The teacher shared a
story of an immigrant’s child.
The story of a little girl from immigrants, enrolled at a
middle school in Boulder, CO.
“Teacher, I think I have PTSD?”
“Why do you say you have “PTSD?”
“Every time the doorbell rings, my
little brother and I hide in a closet.”
“Why do you hide in the closet?
“So the ICE agents won’t take us
Children are hiding, teenagers are hiding, and humans are
The stories leave an impact on our hearts. The letters we
receive are powerful, and we need to listen to their voices. We strive to
inspire kindness towards each other in a world torn apart by hate.
We can Never Forget that extreme hate killed 6 million Jews
because of one man’s ego.