3 2016

The High School Learning Through Experience Program

9:00AM - 12:30PM  

Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at RVCC 118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, NJ

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The Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

The High School Learning Through Experience Program

Theme: Genocide: Genocide Prevention through Education

Thursday, November 3, 2016   9:00 am to 12:30 pm            

Theatre at RVCC

Three Keynote Presentations

Margit Feldman, Holocaust Survivor from Hungary 
Author of: Margit, A teenager's journey through the Holocaust and beyond
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Illuminations- Beyond Genocide: Amy Fagin will discuss four different genocides using a series of illuminations titled "Beyond Genocide: Prevention through Education.”  Using Art, Amy will engage the students explore the history of The Holocaust and Genocides in Armenia, Cambodia and Ethiopia.


   Daniel Trust, Genocide Survivor from Rwanda     

Daniel Trust is a Rwandan genocide survivor, an internationally recognized motivational speaker, and an advocate for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) youth. He has lectured at prestigious universities such as The Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Florida, and Duke University. Daniel is the Founder and CEO of the Daniel Trust Foundation, a US-based nonprofit organization that helps students from low-income communities with their educational and career needs, and honors educators, who go above and beyond to help these students succeed in school and their personal lives.


For registration form and more information, please contact Peppy Margolis, Director, Community Programs:  (908) 526-1200 x. 8524 | Fax: 908 526 2985 | Email: