inSIGHT's mission is to fund educational grants and programming for teachers and students of Palm Beach County and surrounding communities: to inspire and teach lessons learned from the Holocaust and genocides worldwide, to recognize and oppose hatred and bigotry and to encourage acceptance and respect for all.
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inSIGHT teaches students to be “Upstanders not Bystanders” by examining the consequences of when "good people do nothing."
inSIGHT has funded 99% of the money spent on tolerance and Holocaust education in the district; proudly providing over a million dollars in grants and programming to Palm Beach County schools since its inception.
inSIGHT sponsors teacher training through relationships with the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous, Centropa and the United States Holocaust Museum, enabling thoughtful insight for curriculum development for all district teachers.
inSIGHT was established in 2010 to help fund Holocaust education mandated by Florida Statute 1003-42. In 2020, the passage of HB1213 added antisemitism to the instruction regarding the history of the Holocaust.
inSIGHT supports the requirement of Florida Public Schools to designate a week in November as Holocaust Education Week. This week also commemorates the anniversary of Kristallnacht (Night of the Pogroms) throughout Germany. Many modern historians believe this event marked the beginning of the Holocaust.
inSIGHT is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian 501(c) (3)
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“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him.”
- Abraham Lincoln