Social Studies Video

A Lesson in Humanity: Children’s Diaries of the Holocaust

By Swikar Patel & Deanna Del Ciello — October 27, 2015 2:38

Alexandra Zapruder, author of the book Salvaged Pages: Young Writers’ Diaries of the Holocaust, discusses how children’s accounts of the genocide during WWII serve as a powerful reminder of the dehumanizing effects of racism, bias, and prejudice.

Swikar Patel
Staff Education Week
Swikar Patel is a former staffer for Education Week.
Deanna Del Ciello
Staff Education Week
Deanna Del Ciello is a former staffer for Education Week.

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