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Holocaust Survivor Personal Testimony
Meet, hear, and engage with a Holocaust Survivor online. Survivors volunteer their time at the MOT to speak about their experiences during World War II. They are cherished ambassadors of memory, hope, and tolerance.
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Contact us to request this program for your group on a date that works for you. Minimum 25 participants required.
Bring a Holocaust Survivor to your virtual classroom
The Museum of Tolerance offer its FREE "Bridging the Gap" program to connect students virtually with Holocaust Survivors to hear their stories first-hand and bring history to life. To hear a Survivor story is to become a witness to history. This is an unforgettable experience of which we are in the last years. Students (middle and high school) praise it as a highlight of their school year. The session is 60 minutes and is delivered via Zoom, administered by one of our staff members. Survivor speakers share photos and artifacts online, and ensure time for Q&A.
To request a Holocaust Survivor for your virtual classroom, apply here
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