In April, Meilė Platūkienė, an ethics teacher and a coordinator of the Tolerance Education Center of Alytus Adolfas Ramanauskas – Vanagas gymnasium, gave on-line lessons on “How can we preserve cultural heritage? What does the old Jewish cemetery reveal to us? ”
Meilė Platūkienė, a coordinator of the Tolerance Education Center of Alytus Adolfas Ramanauskas – Vanagas gymnasium, gave on-line lessons to pupils of other Tolerance Education Centers. The lessons were dedicated to the introduction to the old Jewish cemetery in Alytus, and the inscriptions found on the tombstones in the old Jewish cemetery in Alytus. Teacher Meilė Platūkienė conducts these lessons on the basis of the handling and arrangement of the old Jewish cemetery in Alytus, implemented in 2018 – 2019 and a recently published book about this project Not forgotten/Not recognized.
On-line lessons were organized for the communities of three Tolerance Education Centers: Valdas Mironas gymnasium from Daugai (Alytus dstr.), Kalvarija gymnasium and Ąžuolas gymnasium from Varėna. In May lessons will be organized for two more Tolerance Education Centers: Balbieriškis basic School and Druskininkai Atgimimo school.