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Sixth-grade students from Saint Peter Claver Catholic School in Macon toured the Anne Frank in the World exhibit today and brought one of the Commission's learning trunks back to their school.
Twenty new trunks are now on display at Anne Frank in the World in Sandy Springs. The trunks join a collection of over 50 trunks currently in circulation throughout the state as part of the Holocaust Learning Trunk Project.
In the fall of 2013, the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta partnered with the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust to promote Holocaust remembrance and education.
A new trunk has been launched as part of the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project at Cobb County’s Smitha Middle School. The trunk was sponsored by Freda Goodman, in memory of her parents Israel and Gisela Silberminz who both survived the Holocaust.
Students of The Marist School's Reach for Excellence Program decorated two trunks for the 2013-2014 Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. They presented the trunks to the Commission and toured the Anne Frank in the World exhibit.
Three trunks decorated by students of Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy are now on display at the Anne Frank in the World exhibit in Sandy Springs.
Starting this fall, 20 new trunks will launch as part of the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. The first trunk was launched by Mayor Kasim Reed at Jean Child Young Middle School in Atlanta on November 29, 2012.
The Commission's statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project is broadening for the 2012-2013 academic year. At least 20 trunks filled with educational materials about the Holocaust will be available to middle school teachers throughout Georgia. The exterior of each trunk is decorated by students i
On Monday, January 16, 2012, 11 Alive's Donna Lowry covered the Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. Filming and interviews took place at Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy (CSKYWLA) in Atlanta.
Two trunks from the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project were launched at two middle schools in Barrow county.