At a science school in the Bronx, Holocaust history finds a home
The Bronx High School of Science is one of New York City's premier schools and boasts a largely Asian student body. But thanks to one enterprising social studies teacher, a decades-long project to document the Holocaust has bloomed into a full-fledged museum.
What’s a New York City public school known for science doing with a can of Zyklon B, the cyanide-based pesticide that killed so many millions of Jews during the Holocaust? You could look no further than Albert Einstein, who said: “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”
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