Seniors to Present at St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
Posted 05/02/2018 04:24PM

Whitfield seniors in history class have spent the past several weeks researching mass crimes in modern history (genocides, refugee crises, ethnic cleansing campaigns, and expulsions) which included the creation of documentary films. All of the documentaries were evaluated by an expert panel of Whitfield teachers and staff members. After an arduous and exciting evaluation process, the panel has selected five group-finalists to present at the Holocaust Museum on Wednesday, May 9, 6:30 PM at St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center.

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