My role was to be there to help if somebody is sick or wounded-- to provide some help for that person. I was not in charge of putting a mine under anything. There was a specialist in that field who had the mines and put it there. You get thrown into it. You learn while you work. And you do your best you can under the circumstances.
We didn't have any medicines. Or even bandages, we didn't have. We had to wash the bandages we took off from the wounded who got maybe better. And we took them off, and we had to wash them and use them again.
Students will apply the lessons they have learned about the intersecting histories of wartime North Africa and the Holocaust as they create an artifact that explains the context of the found poems they wrote in Lesson 3.
Indigenous Rights and Controversy over Hawaii’s Maunakea Telescope
Provide students with historical context for understanding the protests against the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea and help them explore the reasons why many Native Hawaiians oppose its construction.