Survivors Speak of Global Intolerance

Survivors Speak of Global Intolerance

This month, two extraordinary lives were shared on the stage of Lincoln High’s Theatre.  Judy Meisel, a California resident, survived horrific conditions during the Holocaust and was fortunate to survive.  She spoke to a packed room about her journey and, more importantly, what lessons should be learned.  Days later, Rwanadan and “self-appointed ambassador of hope”

This month, two extraordinary lives were shared on the stage of Lincoln High’s Theatre.  Judy Meisel, a California resident, survived horrific conditions during the Holocaust and was fortunate to survive.  She spoke to a packed room about her journey and, more importantly, what lessons should be learned.  Days later, Rwanadan and “self-appointed ambassador of hope”
Hadidja Nyiransekuye presented her experiences  to Lincoln High Students.  Given the international span of Lincoln High’s family, the lectures touched many emotions and resonated with students and staff.  The lectures were a part of Holocaust rememberance month and were sponsored by Media specialist Pam Gannon, Holocaust Literature teacher Julia Doerr, and  Social Studies teacher Mandy Peterson.

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