Touching More Than One Thousand Students in Salisbury

In Home by Judy Schindler1 Comment

The Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice was honored to help plan and participate in the Corriher-Lipe Middle School Holocaust and WWII Humanities Conference where over 1,000 Rowan Salisbury School students participated in a full day program. Students rotated to various sessions and heard from Holocaust survivor Suly Chenkin and author of ‘Prisoner B-3087’ Alan Gratz. This was the first program of its kind and the Greenspon Center is looking forward to partnering on this program in the future!


  1. You are on a journey of mastery, of trfiasormatnon. I intuit that you lived in Asia in a past life and that the blank mind is perfect. You are on a moving meditation. Feeling perfect no matter what comes up. Good for you and your observations. I love who you are.

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