Every good action, no matter how big or small, makes a difference; we all have an opportunity
to be the difference.

We concentrate on inspiring stories of how one person made a difference. For example, member of the Armed Forces who served in World War II and Righteous Among the Nations honored at Yad Vashem for risking their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.

The stories of goodness amidst evil come from researching various websites, viewing documentaries and movies, reading books and other materials, talking to first hand witnesses, having discussions about the difference people and their actions made in the lives of others.

Students and members of the community will learn about  history from a different point of view; about those who were not "Bystanders". We will encourage them to be positive participants, engaging in a small action so they can experience the difference they can make.

Additional stories of rescue and survival can be found from many sources, for example The National World War II Museum, the USC Shoah Foundation, the Simon Wiesenthal CenterYad Vashem.

By focusing on positive actions, "Never Again"  is possible.


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