The study of the World War II Holocaust will come alive for students this week, as Holocaust survivor Elane Geller visits several campuses.
She will be at Granite Hills High School for presentations at 9:45 and 6 p.m. today.
Tomorrow morning, she will be at Harmony Magnet Academy in Strathmore.
At 1:15 p.m., she will be at Strathmore High School.
Geller will shares her message of human dignity, compassion, and remembrance for those who gave their lives during World War II.
“You would do well to ask yourself why a sane person would relive this story about such great pain,” she tells audiences of students. “It’s about prevention of racism and bigotry and anti-Semitism.”
Ms. Elane Norich Geller was born in a Polish town not too far from the birthplace of the late Pope John Paul II.