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Letter to the Editor: Epstein Hillel seeks bandages for Holocaust project

We need your help to teach tolerance. The Holocaust is one of the worst examples of intolerance in history, and we don’t want it to happen again. We are collecting bandages to represent the 1.5 million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust. The Bandage Project was started by a teacher in Sacramento, CA, and now, schools throughout the world are participating. She chose bandages because they are a sign of healing. The bandages are going to displayed in the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. Almost 1 million bandages have been collected so far. Our school goal for this year is to collect 5778 clean and unopened bandages, since 5778 is our current Hebrew year.

Please send bandages to us at:

Epstein Hillel School
Six Community Road
Marblehead, MA 01945

Ryan Freed and Sasha Ganezer, EHS 4th graders

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