By Karen Petree
Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is around 12,000 acres in North Central Texas near Lake Texoma. Founded in 1946, the refuge is home to myriad species of birds and other wildlife.
In June 2014, I travelled to New York, Germany and Poland as a FASPE journalism fellow. The Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) is a fellowship program of the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York that takes young professionals in journalism, law, medicine, seminary and business to important Holocaust sites in Germany and Poland where they discuss professional ethics under the lens of the Holocaust, looking particularly at how members of their respective professions contributed to the Nazi atrocities through blatant complicity or passive inaction, and how those lessons resonate with ethical issues they face in their professions today. These photos were taken at Auschwitz I concentration camp in Poland.