No Canadian province or territory mandates Holocaust education as part of their secondary school curricula. In the United States, only 22 states require Holocaust education as part of their secondary school curricula.
While some teachers introduce Holocaust education through history or literature, many students first encounter the Holocaust and other state-sanctioned and systematic mass murders through nontraditional sources, such as though comic books, social media accounts, video games, and television shows.
We used a pre/post-treatment survey to assess what 3,593 teens across Canada and the United States know and think about the Holocaust and antisemitism.
Are you Canadian?
Has your Holocaust story not yet been videotaped by USC Shoah Foundation (Steven Spielberg's foundation)?
We want to record and archive your testimony if you:
• survived a camp or ghetto
• fled, hid, or were hidden
• were born in a Displaced Persons (refugee) camp
• were a North African or Middle Eastern refugee
• were a resistance fighter, liberator, or rescuer
• have another Holocaust story that should be preserved
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