You're afraid. You know that you have to survive. You might have to fight the Nazis to survive, right? But nobody is torturing you. No one can tell you what to do. So I guess, the idea came because they were real human beings. Datario was a real human being. If 10 will survive, why wouldn't survive 20? If it's not enough to go 20 miles after food, so you go 30. You go 40. But it's better than to go to the slaughterhouse. Is it not?
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.