- Student Life
Four Holocaust survivors told their stories as they kneaded, braided, and baked challah dough Friday, November 2, with about 50 students from La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks.
The program, put on by the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, is called “L’Dough V’Dough.” It is a take-off of the Hebrew phrase “L’Dor V’Dor,” which means “from generation to generation.” It is designed to allow a younger generation to learn about the Holocaust from those who lived it in a casual and personal setting.
La Reina instructor Rebecca Adams said this is the first year La Reina has hosted the program. For the past three years, students have taken a bus to Westlake High School to experience the program there.
Read the article on the Ventura County Star website to view more photos and a video from the event.