Conn. high-school student creates class to teach peers about anti-Semitism

07/29/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Shocked and saddened by the use of anti-Semitic language by her classmates, Liah Kaminer, of Hall High School in West Hartford, Conn., decided to create a class to teach ninth-grade social studies classes about the roots of the hate-speech and how it hurts people. Kaminer worked with Stephen Armstrong, the social studies department supervisor, to form the class. Kaminer said she plans to continue the class in the future and hopes to expand to another high school.

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