Holocaust survivor speaks to kids at P.S. 270

A Holocaust survivor visited a Clinton Hill school today to share her story and help kids understand the importance of tolerance and respect toward everyone.Students

CLINTON HILL - A Holocaust survivor visited a Clinton Hill school today to share her story and help kids understand the importance of tolerance and respect toward everyone.

Students at P.S. 270 listened to Sally Frishberg tell stories of being forced to hide from the Nazis with her family. Frishberg also told the kids of the nasty names she and her family were called back then, all because of their religion.

Frishberg says she hopes the stories will inspire kids to stay away from name calling, racial slurs and racial insensitivity.

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