The push to teach Holocaust history in schools


A young man looks at pictures on an interactive table displaying photos and stories of the thousands of people who took refuge in Brazil during the Holocaust at the Holocaust Victims Memorial on the first day it is open to the public in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, January 19, 2023. Bruna Prado/Associated Press

Most states in the United States do not require Holocaust history to be taught in schools. A local educator writes in Chicago Sun Times that it is time to mobilize so that schoolchildren know about the genocide, especially with hate crimes against Jews on the rise in recent years.

Restore check out the leader of a local non-profit that fights anti-Semitism.

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Written by Natalia Chi

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