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Holocaust Remembrance Day
Israel remembers Holocaust victims, as its leaders advocate for an end to human suffering
Israel’s prime minister and president vow to stand strong against anti-Semitism, wherever it rears its head, as well as repel overt aggression from other nations.
Israeli illustrator to kids at U.N. Holocaust event: ‘Take to heart the effects of hate’
Michel Kichka utilizes his skills as a cartoonist to delve into his own painful childhood memories of a father who was unable to tell his children about what he had been through during the Holocaust.
Ensuring we never forget, even in a world without Holocaust survivors
Through my work, I witness the intergenerational dialogue and interaction between students and Holocaust survivors every day. This is where history is brought to life. The pain, fear and joys are all alive.
‘Touching history:’ Holocaust-era artifacts tell story of Jews finding safe haven in Shanghai
As the world prepares to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, a recently unveiled exhibit at a Holocaust museum in Brooklyn tells the largely untold story of Eastern European religious Jews who fled the Nazis and found refuge in Shanghai.
International March of the Living
Holocaust education: the last chance for humanity
As the number of victims of and witnesses to this systematic, state-sponsored genocide dwindle with each passing year, preserving the memory of the Holocaust and transferring its lessons to future generations is becoming increasingly difficult. What’s more, we are constantly competing for the attention of our youths with a multiplicity of other stimuli that they find more interesting and engaging, not to mention considerably less disheartening.