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Steven Glazer: ‘Project Preservation: Bearing Witness and Responding to Genocide’

By April 10, 2024April 16th, 2024No Comments

At this month’s Speaking of Science we were joined by Steven Glazer, who spoke about Project Preservation and his efforts to educate youth about the Holocaust.

For twenty years, Dartmouth College students have traveled to Eastern and Central Europe as participants in Project Preservation. Leading up to the trip, students spend eight weeks studying the rise of Nazi Germany and the Shoah. Upon arrival in Poland, the group spends a day at the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex. Thereafter, the group dedicates one week to restoring a cemetery in a once-vibrant Jewish community. College students join with community partners to engage in seven days of service, reflection, and restoration. Tonight’s presentation will focus on Project Preservation’s work in Sanok, Poland, in 2010.

About Steven Glazer

Steven Glazer is an English teacher at Crossroads Academy in Lyme, New Hampshire. Before joining the Crossroads faculty, Steven directed the award-winning Valley Quest program. Between 2009 and 2014, he was the service project coordinator for Project Preservation. Steven has also served as adjunct faculty at Antioch New England Graduate School, Plymouth State University, and the Center for Whole Communities.

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