The Holocaust Council’s Survivors Speak program has made a tremendous impact on thousands of students and adults who have heard from our speakers over the past 15 years. The program brings a Holocaust survivor, a World War II veteran, or a 2nd or 3rd generation survivor (child or grandchild of a survivor), along with a moderator, to schools to share their story. This program helps students recognize that there are different types of stories that come from the Holocaust and that it’s important to remember and retell these stories to future generations. The moderator provides historical context and moderates the Q and A session that follows the talk. Survivors Speak helps students meet STAJE Standards.