Educate students about the dangers of hatred, bigotry and racism through the lessons of the Holocaust. Students will view a series of videos of Holocaust survivors who tell their stories about being targets of anti-Semitism. A Mizel Museum Holocaust educator will lead a discussion about the survivors’ experiences and provide a framework for understanding how to confront racism and hatred in today’s world. Can be held at your school or as part of a visit to the Mizel Museum. Cost: $10/person (15-40 ppl) $250 plus $1/student (over 40 ppl). Subsidies available; please contact us. Colorado standards-based lesson plans are available to complement your instructional goals.
The Mizel Museum is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural understanding, combating racism and promoting social justice. We encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to celebrate diversity and to combat discrimination and hatred. Our programs, events and exhibits address these and other social issues and encourage positive change in our communities.
Immigration, 20th Century, Social Studies, Geography, Primary Sources
School Based Program
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12