LITTLE ROCK NINE MEMORIAL

The Little Rock Nine Monument in Arkansas honors the courage of the nine African-American students enrolled at Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Their goal was to take a stand against segregation.

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Exploring Jewish Berlin – dark history and revival
Memorial to Holocaust victims at cemetery in Berlin's Jewish Quarter

Exploring Jewish Berlin – dark history and revival

You can’t visit Berlin without considering the horror of the Holocaust--the six million European Jews (600,000 of them German-born) who perished. Countless others had their lives uprooted, among them millions of children. Germany’s capital city confronts the horror head-on at places large and small.

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School in heart of Hiroshima is a memorial and a symbol of peace
Miko and Amber at the Honkawa Elementary School museum in Hiroshima

School in heart of Hiroshima is a memorial and a symbol of peace

The Honkawa Elementary School is in the heart of Hiroshima and when the Atomic Bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945, all but one of the 420 students and teachers perished. Today is a again a bustling school and a memorial to those who died.

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Teen Ambassadors offer unique perspective on 9/11 Memorial Museum
Westport ABC Scholars and teen guides from Stuyvesant High School at 911 Memorial Museum

Teen Ambassadors offer unique perspective on 9/11 Memorial Museum

David Rothblatt and Fia Hargil are among the six members of the inaugural class of teen ambassadors trained to work with children who visit the National September 11 Memorial Museum, which opened at the new World Trade Center this past May.

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