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  • Holocaust: To my children I will tell

    Randy Sylvester, a student at University High School, was the winner in the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust essay contest, April 2011.


  • Telling children the stories of the Holocaust

    The rules for this year’s Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust essay contest were demanding. Read three articles on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s website.


  • Holocaust: Hate is form of fear

    Lee Organick, a senior at Ferris High School, was the third place winner in the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust essay contest, April 2011.


  • Holocaust: Listen my children

    Paul Epsora, a senior at East Valley High School, was the second place winner in the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust essay contest, April 2011.


  • Reality of hate

    Alexander Quine, a Ferris High School sophomore, recently interviewed Holocaust survivor Carla Peperzak of Spokane. Quine put together a four-minute film of the interview experience and showed it to fellow …


  • Holocaust is no hoax

    Spokane area high school students participated in a creative writing contest for the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Service at Temple Beth Shalom. Their researched essays, repudiating Holocaust denial, …


  • Repudiating Holocaust Denial

    Spokane area high school students participated in a creative writing contest for the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Service at Temple Beth Shalom. Their researched essays, repudiating Holocaust denial, …


  • Dangers of Holocaust Denial

    Spokane area high school students participated in a creative writing contest for the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Service at Temple Beth Shalom Their researched essays, repudiating Holocaust denial, …


  • Contest winner makes plea to end continued denials

    President Ahmadinejad: I write this letter not as a suggestion, not as a recommendation, but as a plea. A plea for justice, for recognition of the millions of Jews, homosexuals, …


  • Writing contest addresses Holocaust denial

    Area high school students are again asked to help the community remember the Holocaust. For a fourth year, a creative writing contest is part of the Spokane Community Observance of …


  • Gonzaga Prep student wins Holocaust essay contest

    For the past three years, Temple Beth Shalom has invited area high school students to compose an essay or poem as part of the community observance of the Holocaust. This …


  • To Save or Not to Save?

    When faced with the question of whether or not I would have harbored Jews during the Holocaust, the automated reflex answer is yes.


  • Rescuer

    A ruckus outside –

    Look out the window

    The Nazis march in the street behind my home.


  • Guardian Angels: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Circumstances

    Wanted: Guardian Angels. Unlikely heroes. Dangerous rescues. No experience necessary.


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