Registration is free. Suggested minimum donation - $180. Donate online now or at the luncheon.
11:45AM - 1:30PM Luncheon Program | Registration opens at 10:30AM
Come early to view student art, exhibits, and enjoy coffee and conversation in the Comcast | NBCUniversal Green Room.
Hear from Holocaust survivor Josh Gortler, who tells his story to students throughout the Northwest, awakening compassion, confidence, and courage. Meet teachers who challenge students to speak out and take action, and students inspired to make a difference.
Check out last year's inspiring Voices for Humanity video, featuring the community of Grandview, Washington and their commitment to Holocaust education. Talia Stewart, librarian at Harriet Thompson School in Grandview, and one of the speakers at the luncheon, explained, "It became a part of the classroom culture, the respect and compassion that they learned, and how to apply it in their everyday lives."
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