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New Mexico Foundation for Human Rights Projects
"Choices" Exhibit: Jefferson Middle School

April 25-April 29, 2005

Docents tour visitors through the exhibit

Jefferson Middle School's exhibit included student artwork and projects.  Most notable was the annual quilt project from Barbara Dupre's classes.  Each quilt panel relates to the themes of the exhibit, which is based on the Moving Towards Respect curriculum. 
Jefferson held its public exhibit viewing on "Pride Night," which meant that crowds of parents, students, and community members were at the school, many of them visiting the "Choices" exhibit.  Albuquerque Holocaust survivor Andy Holten, a hidden child in Holland during WWII, addressed visitors that evening.

Students set up exhibit after school

Student artwork enhanced the exhibit

Andy Holten addresses the audience during the event

Barbara Dupre's classes have created quilts based on exhibit themes

Andy Holten talks with Regina and NMFHRP PR specialist Kim Moss

Teacher Barbara Dupre and students make sure exhibit is ready

Parents and students visited the exhibit on "Pride Night"

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