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The Never Again Education Act, H.R. 943, is a bill that would provide help and training to high school teachers all across the country to assist them in teaching about the history of the Holocaust.
Recent polls have revealed a shocking ignorance of the basic facts about the Holocaust among young people in the United States. In a time of rising hate crimes, it is imperative to teach about what the dangers are of remaining ignorant about the past and what hatred can tragically lead to.
See the chart below – only 11 states in the US now require Holocaust education in schools. Passing H.R. 943 would increase awareness of the importance of Holocaust education in schools of all types.
Thank you for all you to help fight ignorance about the Holocaust, an important part of fighting hatred and anti-Semitism.
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...because a Jewish future depends on it.
The Howard Lynne Scholarship Fund was created to strengthen the Dutchess Jewish
future by providing aid to families for Jewish education and youth trips to Israel.