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What is Project Witness?

Project Witness is a non-profit Holocaust Research and Resource Center dedicated to disseminating Holocaust awareness and the timeless messages of tolerance and humanity that apply to all mankind, even 70 years later. Its goal is to emphasize the rich heritage of bravery, integrity, deep faith, and spiritual courage bequeathed to the world by both victims and survivors of the Holocaust. In this way, among others, Project Witness fulfills its obligation to share this meaningful heritage with the young people of today. Without a doubt, exposure to this legacy will help tomorrow's generation stand firm in the face of adversity. It will inspire them to recognize the important role they themselves can play in helping the world become a better place.

What are the goals of Project H.E.A.R.T.?

  • To provide students with preliminary information about the Holocaust and its relevance to their lives today.
  • To enhance students' existing comprehension, writing, and critical thinking skills.
  • To develop students' understanding of how important it is to counter discrimination and prejudice and to inspire them with the power inherent in the human spirit.
  • To imbue students with a sense of social responsibility. They can make a difference. It's their obligation to do everything they can to make the world a better place.
  • To offer students the opportunity to meet and connect with a survivor who has experienced and risen above the challenges of the Holocaust in an inspiring fashion.
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Project H.E.A.R.T. Volume 1
Holocaust Education Advances Respect and Tolerance
Program Speakers:

Judith Schoenberger

Program Includes Teacher's guide, Student Workbook and Video

 

WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF PROJECT H.E.A.R.T.?

 

  • To provide students with preliminary information about the Holocaust and its relevance to their lives today.
  • To enhance students’ existing comprehension, writing, and critical thinking skills.
  • To develop students’ understanding of how important it is to counter discrimination and prejudice and to inspire them with the power inherent in the human spirit.
  • To imbue students with a sense of social responsibility. They can make a difference. It’s their obligation to do everything they can to make the world a better place.
  • To offer students the opportunity to meet and connect with a survivor who has experienced and risen above the challenges of the Holocaust in an inspiring fashion.

 

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Project H.E.A.R.T. Volume 2
Holocaust Education Advances Respect and Tolerance
Program Speakers:

Ruth Gruener

Program includes Teacher's guide, student workbooks, and video

 

WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF PROJECT H.E.A.R.T.?

 

  • To provide students with preliminary information about the Holocaust and its relevance to their lives today.
  • To enhance students’ existing comprehension, writing, and critical thinking skills.
  • To develop students’ understanding of how important it is to counter discrimination and prejudice and to inspire them with the power inherent in the human spirit.
  • To imbue students with a sense of social responsibility. They can make a difference. It’s their obligation to do everything they can to make the world a better place.
  • To offer students the opportunity to meet and connect with a survivor who has experienced and risen above the challenges of the Holocaust in an inspiring fashion.

 

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