Jedwab Family Stolpersteine Ceremony, April 15, 2016
Gerhard Hochhuth opens the ceremony next to Alina Bothe, center.
Anna speaks about the pre-war life in Berlin.
Laying the stones.
Ada speaks about the fate of the family during the Shoah.
During the ceremony.
Last touches on the stones.
All four new stumbling stones with flowers at the end of the ceremony.
The grandchildren of Jankev and Cywia Jedwab with their partners in front of the stumbling stones at the former home of their grand-parents.
Photos by Carolin Raabe
In the Mini Quest activity, Finding Your Seat on the Bus, students explore the concepts of grit, determination and resilience. They learn about individuals now and in the past who exemplify those characteristics and became social innovators: Holocaust liberators and civil rights activists Leon Bass and Paul Parks, Holocaust survivor and activist Hedy Epstein, and American politician Elizabeth Holtzman.
Learning Aims: Students construct a poem based on what they learn and reflect on how they can harness grit and determination to make a difference in their own lives.