TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – The CANDLES Holocaust Museum is hoping to educate not only current, but future generations with a partnership with Indiana State University.
The museum and ISU will join forces for three years.
ISU thinks the partnership will help educate their students on social justice and human rights, all while providing a numerous amounts of opportunities.
“The ISU community thinks CANDLES is an important part of Terre Haute, and it provides opportunities for our students in many ways. From learning about the holocaust and social justice, and also providing opportunities for internships and those things,” ISU President Dan Bradley said.
As part of the part of the partnership, it will allow space for film screenings, speakers, conferences and other educational opportunities.