Attached is information on our 2020 Holocaust Creative Arts Competition for middle and high school students in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley Counties. We are very excited about our topic this year, Perpetrators, Bystanders, and Upstanders. Students compete for $2000 in cash prizes. Winning entries will be displayed at the library on Calhoun St and winners will be honored during a moving closing reception. Thanks in advance for forwarding to other interested teachers!
Perpetrators, Bystanders & Upstanders
FOR ALL MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CHARLESTON, DORCHESTER & BERKELEY COUNTIES
This year, The Holocaust Creative Arts Competition invites students to ponder the choices that people made when witnessing persecution during the Nazi era. From heroes such as Sophie Scholl and the White Rose resistance movement to students who harassed their Jewish classmates with impunity, reactions to Nazi power varied widely. Most individuals chose passive conformity. Our resource page, www. jewishcharleston.org/remember, features a short PowerPoint introduction and suggestions of specific resources featuring perpetrators, upstanders, and bystanders during the Holocaust. All entries must include one citation.
- GREAT CASH PRIZES FOR WINNERS
- Deadline: March 13, 2020
- See attached form for complete details
- Entries accepted in visual arts, creative writing, and music and performing arts.