Students visit The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education


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Courtesy Photo Students enjoyed a day filled with once in a lifetime experiences while listening to Holocaust survivor Henry Fenichel, Ph.D.


Student Support Services participants at Hazard Community and Technical College visited The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education in Cincinnati for their fall enrichment trip. Students enjoyed a day filled with once in a lifetime experiences while listening to Holocaust survivor Henry Fenichel, Ph.D. Fenichel, born in the Netherlands in 1938, described his recollection of the horrific events of the Holocaust and the Nazi rise to power. Students were brought to silence as the speaker delivered his tearful message filled with stories of his experience. Later in the day they visited the Newport Aquarium in Newport, KY.

Courtesy Photo Students enjoyed a day filled with once in a lifetime experiences while listening to Holocaust survivor Henry Fenichel, Ph.D.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Trip-pic.jpgCourtesy Photo Students enjoyed a day filled with once in a lifetime experiences while listening to Holocaust survivor Henry Fenichel, Ph.D.

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