Holocaust Survivor Speaks To Youth On Confronting Hatred And Bigotry

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One holocaust survivor is hoping to inspire the youth to unite and stand up to hatred.

Max Glauben visited several schools in the Rio Grande Valley recently. He spoke to students about his experience in the holocaust and his journey to the United States.   

Glauben emphasized the importance of taking a stance against any acts of hatred rather than being bystanders. Bringing change to the world is one of many things that inspires him to speak to students all across the country.

“Only through education can we eradicate hatred, bigotry, bullying and all the horrible things people can do to each other.” Said Glauben.

Max Glauben is one of the founders of the holocaust, human rights, and genocide museum that is scheduled to open in Dallas sometime in 2019.

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