Holocaust victims remembered by Woodlake teacher, students
abc10.com - 05-10
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Lisa Liss and her students, nicknamed “The Tolerance Kids,” of Woodlake Elementary School have been working on The Bandage Project for 11 years. "In 2008, my Tolerance Kids wanted a way to represent the 1.5 million children who were murdered during the Holocaust," Liss said. "We decided that bandages would honor children. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors and most of all, heal pain."