Paper Clips Trailer: in memory of the 11 million souls lost in the Holocaust.
An 8th grade class at Whitwell Middle School in Whitwell, TN, collected paper clips to help them understand how many people died in the holocaust. They created a holocaust memorial at their school which is still open for tours. A documentary was made about their project, and it is so worth watching...and I'm not a documentary fan.
Paper Clips Project - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: If you have not yet seen this documentary, I highly recommend it.
Moss "Graffiti": Occupy wall art.
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