Visit to US enriches Holocaust lessons for Canadian students

05/7/2013 | Canada.com

About 100 high-school students from Canada visited the US Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., this week as part of the Asper Foundation Human Rights and Holocaust Studies Program. The programme, expected to have 1,100 participants this year, is intended to teach students in Canada about human rights and the consequences and of intolerance. Hannah Luden, 14, said she previously had learned about the Holocaust at school, but the visit to the museum "brings it to life".

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