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News Brief

June 22, 2000
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A foundation that provides financial assistance to Christians who helped Jews during the Holocaust is launching a national training program about these rescuers for middle- and high-school teachers. As part of the program, the New York-based Jewish Foundation for the Righteous, which aids 1,700 aged and needy Righteous Gentiles in 30 countries, is currently offering a weeklong seminar, “Teaching the Holocaust: History, Perspectives and Choices,” in Massachusetts.

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