A Tribute to Giovanni Palatucci and Righteous Heroes of the Holocaust
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Students explore the life of Giovanni Palatucci and other "Righteous Among the Nations". They consider whether the motivation to be an ally is within the reach of every human being. They create a memorial to a hero in their lives.
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