College of Charleston honors Holocaust Survivors
The College of Charleston students brought a little beauty to their campus, Sunday afternoon.
Students collaborated with local holocaust survivors and area teachers to plant daffodil bulbs around the campus.
The bulbs double as a living memorial to the 1.5 million children who died in the holocaust.
Both holocaust survivors and family were honored at today's event and were given a daffodil pin.
Why the daffodils?
The flower represents the Star of David the Jewish people were forced to wear during the Holocaust.
To many, the flower also represents both remembrance and resilience.