Originally aired last Oct. on NightSide with Dan Rea in Boston.
One of many interviews that helped us get our bill passed!
Worth another listen.
Since then, an impressive young man named Jack Stone reached out to us after reading and connecting to 94 Maidens. He’s an ambassador for peace! Meet Jack, take the pledge at http://reaching4peace.com/ and become an ambassador for peace too!
Isn’t that what we’re all praying for? #AmYisroaelChai!
“An educator and advocate, Fink-Whitman is no doubt proud of her accomplishment since largely due to her efforts, Pennsylvania now has a law that not only urges public schools to teach about the Holocaust, but there is a mandate that they do so should voluntary participation fail to materialize.” – The Jewish Chronicle, Pittsburgh, PA
Read the article here
Lead advocates, legislators, Holocaust survivors and liberators celebrate the new Holocaust and Genocide education law in Pennsylvania! And yes Virginia, THERE IS A REQUIREMENT!
94 Maidens author Rhonda Fink-Whitman, State Rep.Brendan Boyle, President of the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center Chuck Feldman, and our team of Holocaust survivors and liberators in the Greater Philadelphia area.
See more pics from the celebration and read captions at www.facebook.com/94Maidens
Great article on the current state of Holocaust ed in the states!
Includes ACCURATE reporting on what we achieved in Pennsylvania!
Read it here
Inspired by 94 Maidens’ “The Mandate Video” and the subsequent success of PA to enact a law requiring Holocaust education, the 8th & 9th graders at Temple Shalom of Aberdeen, NJ embarked on a campaign to get more states to #TeachHolocaust.
These kids and their teachers are amazing!
Watch and share their video here:
Get inspired too!
We’ve started a national movement!
5.0 out of 5 stars 94 Wows By Leigh Freedman
“Writing about the horrors of the Holocaust is not easy.
What impressed me most about this book was the author’s ability to meld the past with the present and provide an unbelievably emotional journey through that dark period of time.
The author’s easy writing style made the horrors she told so much easier to absorb.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about that horrific time in our history, particularly young university students who don’t even know there was a Holocaust.”
Thank you so much for your glowing review, Leigh! Not easy, for sure! You nailed it! Much appreciated! ~ Rhonda