A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
Photo: Screenshot
A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class

Argentine teacher fired for 'Nazi' music video featuring students

Video shows class members dressed as Nazis with swastikas on their arms, humiliating other students dressed as Jews and homosexuals, with lyrics from popular song 'Barbie Girl' changed to 'I’m a Nazi girl in a Nazi world'

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Published: 11.25.19 , 16:59
A teacher in Argentina was fired Monday over a music video she made with her students in which they are dressed as Nazis and sing about the Holocaust.
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  • According to the Argentine media, the video was made in history class at a private secondary school.
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    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    (Photo: Screenshot )
    It uses the pop song "Barbie Girl" by Aqua with lyrics changed to lines such as “I’m a Nazi girl in a Nazi world,” "Come on Jews, let's go [to the] camp," and "Come on Joseph, let's make soap."
    The video shows students dressed as Nazis with swastikas on their arms, humiliating other students dressed as Jews and homosexuals.
    The parody video has spread across social media.
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    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    A still image taken from the 'Nazi Girl' video made by an Argentine history teacher and her class
    (Photo: Screenshot)
    A representative of the national Jewish umbrella group DAIA will meet with Education Ministry officials in San Juan province to discuss the issue, the Israeli media reported.
    The school released a statement on Saturday expressing its regret for the video, offering “apologies to the representative of the Sociedad Israelita de San Juan,” the local JCC, and other groups targeted by the video, including people of color and members of the LGBTQ community.

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