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Repressed grief is bad for the soul: Covid victims must be commemorated – Evening Standard

| November 11, 2020

W hen I learned on Saturday of the death of Rabbi Lord Sacks, I was deeply saddened by the loss of one of the nations wisest intellectual and moral leaders and of a friend and mentor who had, over the years, shown me great personal kindness. I also recalled a particular conversation we had had many years before about Schindlers List, which, in 1993, was about to be released

In its troubled hour, polling could use an irreverent figure to reset expectations – Huron Daily Tribune

| November 11, 2020

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) W. Joseph Campbell, American University School of Communication (THE CONVERSATION) Polling is hardly a flamboyant field that attracts a lot of colorful characters. It is a rather reserved profession that now finds itself under siege in the aftermath of yet another polling surprise in a national election.

Singh says government must move to counter hate groups, which have tripled since 2015 – Kamloops This Week

| November 11, 2020

OTTAWA NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says the Liberal government must do more to tackle the growing threat of hate groups. The past five years have seen a proliferation of neo-Nazi groups and online content from the so-called alt-right, a white nationalist movement, with experts saying the number of hate groups in Canada has tripled to 300 since 2015.

As the Trump era comes to an end, what happens to Big Tech? – The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

| November 11, 2020

In the days before the 2020 election was called for Joe Biden, President Trump was on Twitter doing battle with Twitter.

Holocaust survivors in Northeast Ohio reflect on concerning new study – WKYC.com

| November 11, 2020

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany revealed a startling lack of Holocaust awareness & knowledge among Millennials & Gen Z.

Florida principal refused to call the Holocaust a ‘historical event,’ appealed termination and was fired again – USA TODAY

| November 11, 2020

Fired Spanish River High Principal William Latson listens Tuesday as Dr. Donald E. Fennoy II, superintendent of the Palm Beach County School District, testifies during an administrative court hearing in which Latson is try to get his job back.(Photo: PROVIDED PHOTO) WEST PALM BEACH,Fla.

A question rarely asked: Would I have survived the Holocaust? – Forward

| November 11, 2020

When the Germans bombed Warsaw in September, 1939, my familys future was cancelled, but not their hopes. My father and grandparents barely survived and eventually escaped the Warsaw Ghetto, then were pursued by the Gestapo across the Polish countryside. As a second generation survivor, I have welcomed opportunities to share their story of dedication to family, personal fortitude, unshakeable faith and a bit of luck.

My Family, the Holocaust and Me with Robert Rinder review remarkably moving TV – The Guardian

| November 11, 2020

In 2018, Robert Judge Rinder took part in the BBC series Who Do You Think You Are?, discovering the story of his maternal grandfather, a Holocaust survivor who found a new life in the Lake District as one of the 300 Windermere children. It was a gripping episode tragic and hopeful and one of the best the series had done yet

Jesuit Catholic priest pens book about his orders complicity in the Holocaust – The Times of Israel

| November 11, 2020

When the Nazis launched the Kristallnacht pogrom against Jews during November 9-10, 1938, the reaction from many religious leaders was muted.

‘Never again:’ Research helps raise impact of Holocaust education – Nebraska Today

| November 11, 2020

Learning about the Holocaust the atrocities, as well as the events that preceded it can instill important lessons on civic engagement, human rights, antisemitism and xenophobia, but how do instructors make the coursework meaningful to their students, beyond just learning thefacts? For Gerald Steinacher and Ari Kohen, the question is personal, as Steinacher grew up in a post-World War II Austria near a former concentration camp, and Kohen is the descendant of Holocaust survivors


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