2nd place:

Audrey Scott (Behind Closed Doors)

Lakewood Montessori School, Durham, NC

 Teacher: Christy Brooks

High School


The Center For Holocaust, Genocide, And Human Rights Education Of North Carolina
is pleased to announce the winners of our 2nd poster competition.

This year's theme:
Courage, Compassion and Hope: Lessons from the Holocaust.

We applaud all of the contestants and thank them for their thoughtful, well executed entries.

Congratulations to our 2020 winners!

1st place:

Suin Kpa (Piecing Together)

 Lakewood Montessori Middle School. Durham NC

Teacher: Christy Brooks



1st place

Olivia Todd (Connect the Stars)

Wake Forest High School, Wake Forest, NC

 Teacher: Bettina Pope

2nd place:

Amaryna Chapman (A New Day)

Alexander Central High School, Taylorsville, NC

 Teacher: Josh Hartis

The Center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education of North Carolina

(the Holocaust Speakers Bureau)

inspires students and members of our community to respect the dignity of all human beings by

teaching the challenging topics of the Holocaust, genocide, and tolerance. We work with schools, museums, libraries and houses of worship to develop age-appropriate materials, presentations and programs.

To learn more about the Holocaust and to access our resources, please visit the resources tab on this website. Also, you can view one of our five documentary shorts to hear and see firsthand, eyewitness testimony of a survivor.  You can also learn about our upcoming speaking engagements and view photos from our past events.

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