March of Living students meet Polish counterparts

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 14, 2007 03:14

 
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Jewish American students participating in the "March of the Living" in Poland met with Polish student in a Warsaw school, Israel Radio reported on Friday night. Together, the groups sang, danced, talked and even exchanged e-mail addresses throughout the event. The aim of the forum was to diminish the general negative attitude locals have towards visiting Jewish students at the concentration camps.

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