‘It’s so important to keep these stories alive’: Manchester Jewish Museum’s young activists keep stories alive for Holocaust Memorial Day
- Nine young activists from Manchester explore and share real-life Holocaust stories
- NQ reporter Jess Stoddard spoke to creative producer Dara Laughlin about what the activists have created
On 27 January every year, it is Holocaust Memorial Day, remembering the millions of people killed or whose lives have been changed, by the Holocaust.
To mark the day, Manchester Jewish Museum worked with nine young women aged 16-17 from the King David High School in Crumpsall.
Creative Producer for Children and Young People Dara Laughlin spoke to the Northern Quota about the Trailblazers events the museum has created to prepare for reopening later this year.