Courage to Care Exhibition opens

June 1, 2010 by J-Wire
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An exhibition focusing on dealing with bullying and racism has opened at Sydney’s B’nai B’rith Centre.

Norah Huppert looks up at Sir Nicholas Winton...the man who rescued her from Prague whe she was a little girl Photo: Henry Benjamin

150 people heard former rock star Angry Anderson introduce Father Chris Riley whose Youth off the Streets organisation is deeply involved in stabilising the lives of young people who have found themselves the victims of bullying or racism…in some cases leading to attempted suicide or to the actual taking of their own lives.

The exhibition explains the Holocaust using panels and  with display cases containing actual artifacts from the dark lears of the 1930s and 40s.

Schoolchildren from 40 of Sydney’s most disadvantaged areas have been invited to attend the exhibition.

The Australian Business Community Network have partnered the B’nai B’rith in this new initiative.

Courage to Care’s James Altman and Nathan Cassar who runs an anti-bullying program also addressed the opening…

Father Chris Riley tells how it is on the streeets Photo: Henry Benjamin

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