My great-grandparents died in the Holocaust and were almost forgotten – Salon

| October 2, 2022

When I launched into "The U.S.

‘Deciphering The Gospels Proves Jesus Never Existed’ review: Chapter Eight – Freethought Blogs

| October 2, 2022

Deciphering the Gospels, by R. G.

A new cookbook highlights women of the Talmud – Press Herald

| October 2, 2022

Hot button cultural issues such as gender and reproductive health appear to be modern concerns, yet, societies and particularly women in society have wrestled with these issues for millennia. A new cookbook illuminates the long history of these seemingly contemporary concerns.

On the Anniversary of the Massacre at Babyn Yar: Joint Statement from Special Envoys for Holocaust Issues Condemning Russian Actions in Ukraine – U.S….

| October 2, 2022

OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSONSEPTEMBER 29, 2022MEDIA NOTE The text of the following statement was announced by the envoys for Holocaust issues or their equivalent from Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Romania, United Kingdom, and the United States of America on behalf of their Governments. Begin Text: We must never forget the heinous crime against humanity that occurred 81 years ago when nearly 34,000 Jews were murdered by the Nazis and their accomplices at Babyn Yar

Shoah survivors help dental students treat the traumatized

| October 2, 2022

(September 18, 2022 / JNS) An online course recently created by The Blue Card, an American nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Holocaust survivors, in partnership with the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM), teaches students at the school as well as faculty and staff how to deliver care to patients who have experienced trauma. The interactive certificate course specializes in Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed (PCTI) care. Holocaust survivors will help students develop their knowledge of PCTI care and learn how to recognize and treat a traumatized patient, whether it be a Holocaust survivor, refugee or war veteran

Yom HaShoah – Wikipedia

| October 2, 2022

Israel's day of commemoration for the Jews murdered in the Holocaust "March of the Living" at Auschwitz, 2014 Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laG'vurah (Hebrew: , lit.'Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day'), known colloquially in Israel and abroad as Yom HaShoah ( ) and in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Holocaust Day, is observed as Israel's day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust by Nazi Germany and its collaborators, and for the Jewish resistance in that period. In Israel, it is a national memorial day. The first official commemorations took place in 1951, and the observance of the day was anchored in a law passed by the Knesset in 1959.

A survivor of the Holocaust and the Tree of Life massacre has died. He never lost hope in humanity – WDJT

| October 2, 2022

By Catherine E.

Towards recommendations for working with Holocaust testimony in the digital age – USC Shoah Foundation |

| October 2, 2022

Testimony has always posed challenges for educators: for example, whether to treat it as historical source or personal memory; how testimony transform over time; the trauma-literacy of recipients and the well-being of testimony-givers. Nevertheless, digital technologies introduce further complications, especially concerning access, provenance, ownership, and agency.

Visualizing the Past, a Lesson of Today | USC Shoah Foundation – USC Shoah Foundation |

| October 2, 2022

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2022, 10:30 AM PT / 1:30 PM ET Dr. Kori Street will lead a dialogue between film producers and scholars related to two short films, both of which will be shown during the presentation.