Maine Public: Survey: Younger Mainers Lack Basic Knowledge About The Holocaust

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En savoir plus sur l'auteur Shenna Bellows, the executive director of the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, says that while she was glad to see that a large majority of people felt that it was important to study the Holocaust, the report was a clear sign that more students need to receive education around the state.

https://carasupp.fr/20695-dtf57767-liste-de-site-de-rencontre-gratuit.html “We are glad to see that people think that that’s important,” Bellows says. “But clearly more work needs to be done to expand education around the Holocaust.”

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