March 1, 2017
Jewish Community Campus
Conference Room C
5801 West 115th Street
Overland Park, Kansas
This session examines the plight of Jewish families forced to move into the ghettos of occupied Poland. Focusing on the day of the move, participants will examine the size of the area and the implications for families, issues of ghetto leadership, and the logistics of conducting the move.
The content of this session is constructed from diary entries from various ghettos and informed by primary sources. It will be led by Dr. Rachel Korazim, a freelance Jewish education consultant from Israel specializing in curriculum development.
Open to educators of grades 7-12. A registration fee of $10 includes a light supper and materials.