History is Personal

Dr. Martin Kalb

This is the third and final episode in a special mini-series profiling Holocaust educators. First, we’ll hear from a German college professor who teaches classes on the Holocaust and other genocides. He says it’s important to focus on the role individuals play in carrying out a genocide and that real learning happens when students get uncomfortable.
Then we’ll hear from two screenwriters who wrote a children’s book about the Shoah. Specifically, it’s through the eyes of the cat who lived with Anne Frank while she and her family were hiding from the Nazis. They say it’s a ‘gentle’ introduction to the Holocaust and is designed to educate and empower the youth.   

David Miller (left) and Steve Rubin (right)

-A transcript of this episode can be found here.
– An index of Jewish terms can be found here.
– Part one of mini-series: Ms. Strobel Weaves History
– Part two: Sharing the Silence

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