Georges Lieber, at the age of 16, prided himself on being part of the French resistance. Perhaps because of that involvement, he and his family were identified and taken by the Nazis, and on July 3, 1944, Georges was deported to Auschwitz, where he was murdered. To make a blessing of Georges Lieber’s memory, this collection of essays written by high school students around the country articulates issues on or of resistance and what it has taught the authors about resistance and themselves.
For information on how to participate, please see the website for Judaic Studies at Gettysburg College.
Holding On To History, Jesse A. Cromer
Resisting the Tradition of Sexism, Tobi N. Farbstein
Who Builds the Motherland?, Benjamin D. Goldman
Resistance Against Assimilation: The Irony of the Melting Pot, Vismaya Paul Mohindra