The 2017 Lerner Fellows group attending the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous’ Summer Institute for Holocaust Education, at Columbia University in New York, included Andria Hejl (second from left), from Coastal Montessori Charter School, in Pawleys Island, and Roman Kent, a Holocaust survivor (center, front), president of the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous.
The 2017 Lerner Fellows group attending the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous’ Summer Institute for Holocaust Education, at Columbia University in New York, included Andria Hejl (second from left), from Coastal Montessori Charter School, in Pawleys Island, and Roman Kent, a Holocaust survivor (center, front), president of the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous. Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Courtesy photo
The 2017 Lerner Fellows group attending the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous’ Summer Institute for Holocaust Education, at Columbia University in New York, included Andria Hejl (second from left), from Coastal Montessori Charter School, in Pawleys Island, and Roman Kent, a Holocaust survivor (center, front), president of the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous. Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Courtesy photo

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