11 Million Stamps Collected to Commemorate Holocaust Victims

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11 Million Stamps Collected to Commemorate Holocaust Victims

Huffington Post/Penny Schwartz Contributor

Nine years after launching a school-based project to collect 11 million canceled stamps to honor the memory of victims of the Holocaust, students at Foxborough Regional Charter School, a public charter school in a town south of Boston, surpassed their unlikely goal, a testament to their persistence and commitment to an inspiring project that has garnered attention from around the world and in local and national media. The Holocaust Stamp Project set out to collect 11 million stamps to represent the lives of 6 million Jews and 5 million other victims of intolerance who perished during the Nazi genocide.

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