If it had not been for three high school girls in Kansas, we might never have known about the work of Irene Sendler, an unsung heroine of the Holocaust. A Polish Catholic social worker, she saved about 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw ghetto. We will talk with one of the girls, Sendler's translator and the state of anti-semitism in Poland today.
- Kinga Krzeminska: translator for Irena Sendler and supporter of the Life in a Jar Project
- Megan Felt: member of the class that started the Life in a Jar Project