WQED Digital Docs
The Hunger Lesson
02/11/2020 | 7m 14s
Anne Frank is the most widely-read diarist of the Holocaust. Students are also reading "The Diary of Anonymous Girl," which describes a family's devastating hunger during food rationing in Poland's Lodz ghetto. With help from Classrooms Without Borders, Pittsburgh-area middle school students are learning first hand what the well-worn phrase "I'm starving" meant for teens who lived the holocaust.
Aired: 02/11/20 |
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