The World Jewish Restitution Organization (WJRO) has announced the launch of the Romanian Survivor Relief Program. This program is funded from the restitution of communal properties wrongfully taken from Jewish communities of Romania during and after World War II. The funds … [Read more...] about New Fund Esatablished for Romanian Holocaust Survivors
On the occasion of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference) has released a comprehensive national survey of Holocaust awareness and knowledge among adults in the United States. The survey found there … [Read more...] about New Survey by Claims Conference Finds Significant Lack of Holocaust Knowledge in the United States
By Phyllis Greenberg Heideman
The 2018 March of the Living marks thirty years since the first 1,500 participants gathered in Poland and marched along the path of memory that marchers have taken each year since.
As we again gather in Poland to march together from Auschwitz … [Read more...] about Holocaust Memory:
The Next Thirty Years
Holocaust Memorial Day and March for Our Lives says “Never Again” threads together two tragedies and highlights the power and responsibility of young people to say “We will not let this happen again.” By Sophie Feinberg (GAINESVILLE, FL April 9, 2018) - I don’t remember … [Read more...] about Never Forget and Never Again
By Larisa Klebe When I was in second grade I learned about the Holocaust in religious school - well, sort of. My teacher said that there was a bad man named Hitler who rose to power in Germany, and blamed the Jews for things like people not having jobs and food. Then he put … [Read more...] about First “Menschiness,” Then Holocaust