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Students Visit the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Exhibit "Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust"

(From Left to Right)
Back Row: Chaya Kessler, Sarah Martin, Tali Merdler, Cecily Mullins, Ranen Reichstein, Julia St. John, Jeff Long, Eric Ritenour, Sol Factor
Front Row: Traci Hoffman, Emily Fullerton, Erica Itzkowitz
Not in picture: Nicholas Hall, Hannah Servedio

Students of the Elementary Hebrew II class and the Intro. to Jewish Studies class visited the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Exhibit “Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust.” Direct from Yad Vashem in Jerusalem- The first International exhibition to focus exclusively on women and their experience in the Holocaust. In addition, they also visited the permanent exhibition An American Story and the Temple- Tifereth Israel Gallery.

POSTED: Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 4:41pm
UPDATED: Monday, March 9, 2015 - 10:21am