Trunk Decorating

Students from metro Atlanta are contributing their time and artistic talent to decorating trunks for the Holocaust Learning Trunk Project.

The use of art and history unifies students of various backgrounds and beliefs, connecting them through their experiences learning about the Holocaust.

This Holocaust Learning Trunk Project provided us with meaningful discussions on tolerance and acceptance, courage and heroism, hope and standing up against hate and bigotry. We worked together and learned together and hope that students who open this trunk will use the learning materials as an important element of Holocaust education and find that compassion grows with knowledge." -Students of G.I.V.E. Center East (pictured above)


Participating Schools/Organizations

The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is honored by and grateful for contributions from students at the following schools:

2013-2014

2012-2013

2011-2012

B'nai Torah Religious School

Congregation Ner Tamid

General Ray Davis Middle School

Luther Hudson Price Middle School

Madras Middle School

Moore Middle School

Reach for Excellence

Shiloh Middle School

Westside Middle School

Woodstock Middle School

The Amit-Garinim School

Congregation B'nai Torah Religious School

G.I.V.E. Center East

Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy

G.I.V.E. Center East

Level Creek Elementary

Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School

Mount Vernon Presbyterian School

One Love Generation

Sweetwater Middle School

Yeshiva Atlanta

Autrey Mill Middle School

Breman Middle School

Boy Scout Troop 1818

Crabapple Middle School

Dunwoody High School

G.I.V.E. Center East

Ivy Preparatory Academy

Memorial Middle School

Moore Middle School

Mount Vernon Presbyterian Upper School

Sophia Academy

Sweetwater Middle School

Torah Day School

The Weber School

Yeshiva Atlanta