Holocaust Memorial Observance
Sunday, April 11th 7:00pm
Live on Zoom**
Not Long Ago Nor Far Away: Lessons of the Holocaust for Today's Students

At a time when hate, intolerance and antisemitism are frequently in the news, Holocaust remembrance

is more important than ever. Johanna Glazer, A Social Studies teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School,

will talk about the importance of Holocaust education in our schools and the need for remembrance.

She will focus on the ways in which teaching and learning about the Holocaust can ultimately provide students with a greater understanding of democracy, justice and the power of their own voices

against oppression and injustice today.

**Registration is required in advance. Please use the link below to register.



Johanna Glazer has been a Social Studies teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School for 25 years and is currently teaching a course at Concord-Carlisle entitled "Dictatorship and Democracy". Johanna strives to help students understand the difficult history of the Holocaust while also connecting to the world in which we currently reside.

Human Rights Day Tea

December 2021

More information coming in the Fall

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The Concord-Carlisle Human Rights Council is a community organization of volunteers working together to foster respect, understanding, good will, and conciliation among individuals and groups in the community. It is dedicated to the belief that all people are entitled to dignity and respect. The role of the Human Rights Council is one of education and advocacy.

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