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Development[ edit ] InLinda M. Hooper, principal of Whitwell Middle School in Whitwell, Tennessee, asked Assistant Principal David Smith to find a voluntary after-school project to teach the children about tolerance.
David Smith and Sandra Roberts 6 million paper clips a Holocaust education program and held the first class in the fall of Soon the students were overwhelmed with the massive scale of the Holocaust and asked Mrs.
Hooper if they could collect something to represent the lives that were exterminated during the Holocaust. Hooper responded that they could if they could find something that related to the Holocaust or to World War II.
Through Internet research, the students discovered that Johan Vaalera Norwegian, designed a loop of metal, and the Norwegians wore paperclips on their lapels during World War II as a silent protest against Nazi occupation.
At first the project went slowly, as it did not gain much publicity. Students created a website and sent out letters to friends, family and celebrities. The project began to snowball after it received attention from Peter and Dagmar Schroeder, journalists who were born in Germany during World War II and who covered the White House for German newspapers.
City of Whitwell[ edit ] Almost all observers note the unexpected location of the project. About 40 miles away is the Rhea County Courthouse, where, ina teacher was convicted for teaching evolution during the Scopes "Monkey" Trial.
The trial upheld a statute which outlawed teaching any theory that denies the Divine Creation. About half of the students at the middle school qualify for the free lunch programwhich is a benefit for lower-income American school children.
Paper clips[ edit ] Paper clips were chosen in part because Norwegians wore them on their lapels as a symbol of resistance against Nazi occupation during World War II.
Norwegian Johan Vaaler is often credited with the invention of a progenitor of the modern paper clip. Some celebrities, like George W. As ofmore were still coming in.
Most letters contain a story or a dedication of the attached paper clips to a certain person. Some of these stories are shared in the film. Monument[ edit ] The Children's Holocaust Memorial consists of an authentic German transport car which arrived in the Baltimore seaport on September 9, surrounded by a small garden.
The monument was uncovered on the anniversary of the KristallnachtNovember 9, A sculpture designed by an artist from Ooltewah, Tennessee stands next to the car, memorializing the 1.The railcar is filled with 11 million paper clips (6 million for murdered Jews and 5 million for Roma, Catholics, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, and other groups).
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Six Million Paper Clips: The Making Of A Children's Holocaust Memorial [Peter W. Schroeder, Dagmar Schroeder-Hildebrand] on regardbouddhiste.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. At a middle school in a small, all white, all Protestant town in Tennessee, a special after-school class was started to teach the kids about the Holocaust.
Nov 01, · Six Million Paper Clips is an excellent look into how students in Whitwell, Tennessee learn tolerance. Through their endeavors, students develop a project that gained world-wide interest. This non-fiction piece is a wonderful supplement to any classroom studying the Holocaust/5.