The students from Newport Beach, California were pictured earlier this week saluting next to a swastika made of red plastic cups. The pictures of the teens sparked outrage and the school investigated the party, which school officials condemned for the Nazi imagery and apparent underage drinking. They were very sorry.
Schloss went to Newport Beach, California, on Thursday to talk to students after some posted pictures on social media from a party where they laughed as they raised their arms in the Nazi salute next to a swastika made of plastic cups. The photos generated outrage, and while some parents addressed the issue with their children, Schloss said she wanted to speak directly to the students to show how hurtful their actions were to millions. Not the swastika.
The stepsister of Anne Frank met privately Thursday with a group of US high school students who were photographed gleefully giving Nazi salutes around a swastika formed by drinking cups during a party. Eva Schloss, an year-old Holocaust survivor, said afterward that it was an emotional meeting in which she described her experiences at the Auschwitz death camp. The meeting occurred at Newport Harbor high school in Newport Beach, where some of the teens in the photo are students.
In this op-ed, Lisa S. On April 11,Anne Frank wrote those words at the age of 14 amid the worst genocide the world has known. Her diary, which has been translated into 70 languages with more than 30 million copies sold, is as much a chronicle of her time hiding in the Secret Annex as it is a teenager coming to terms with who she is as a young woman. She was a young woman attempting to flee persecution, and her life was tragically cut short.
California high school students who were photographed making a Nazi salute in front of a swastika made out of red cups will meet with Eva Schloss, 89, a Holocaust survivor and stepsister to Anne Frank, on Thursday. During a house party in Costa Mesa, the teenagers used cups to construct a swastika on a table. In one photo, which was posted on social media, the students had one arm raised in a "Heil Hitler" salute.
Drink cups were used to form a crude swastika. Nazi salutes flashed. Cameras clicked.
The stepsister of Anne Frank met privately on Thursday with a group of high school students in California who were photographed giving the Nazi salute while standing around a swastika made of red cups. She said she had shared her experience at the Auschwitz death camp with the students from the wealthy seaside community and that the teens had come to understand the outrage behind the offensive photo. The meeting took place at Newport Harbor High School, where several of the teens who appeared in the picture are students.
March 7, am Updated March 7, am. Scrolling through Snapchat and see this from a Newport high school party. Absolutely disgusting. Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy An Auschwitz survivor and stepsister of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank will meet on Thursday with some California high school students seen in viral online photos giving Nazi salutes over a swastika made of red cups used in a drinking game.
Before reading the article:. What does Eva Schloss give as her reason for meeting the teenagers who were shown in a video making Nazi salutes at a party? What does she say she learned?
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