Those who could not come with us and could not fight, we found shelter for them by farmers, some of them who made bunkers for them. And they lived there until the area was liberated. And then at Parsha Forest, there were maybe 200 Jews like that in the forest, living until the end of the year, and they were under our protection. All the bandits knew if they're going to touch them, they're going to be punished for that.
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.