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Entertainment Weekly Staffer: Boss Joked About the Holocaust, Eating Disorders – TheWrap

| December 24, 2021

Brittany Kaplan has accused Entertainment Weeklys fired top editor, J.D. Heyman, of joking about the Holocaust and engaging in racist and sexist behavior in a lawsuit against the magazine and its owner DotDash Meredith. Among the other allegations in the lawsuit filed Tuesday by Kaplan, a senior editor at EW, Heyman is said to have called singer Jewel snaggletooth while insulting her for previously being homeless

For Aging New Yorkers, Help With Health Care – The New York Times

| December 16, 2021

Saveliy Kaplinsky had an annual tradition. For 15 years, almost every spring, hed return to Minsk, where he had survived the Holocaust, then had worked to rebuild his community. During his return visits, he would honor those killed, among them, his parents, and visit the Yama memorial.

By the grace of the game: The Holocaust, a basketball legacy, and an unprecedented American dream – Yahoo Sports

| December 1, 2021

In By the Grace of the Game, Dan Grunfeld chronicles the worlds only known journey from Auschwitz to the NBA. Dans dad, longtime NBA player and executive Ernie Grunfeld, is the only player in NBA history whose parents survived the Holocaust.

The Krakow Family Who Survived the Holocaust | THIRTEEN – New York Public Media – MetroFocus

| December 1, 2021

Christina Knight | November 30, 2021 The Neiger family. The Neiger family was living a peaceful life in the Jewish community in Krakow. Then World War II changed their lives forever.

Holocaust Museum and Tolerance Center of Nassau County announces grand opening of Simon Wiesenthal Center’s world-renowned ‘Courage to Remember’…

| November 30, 2021

Senior leaders of The Simon Wiesenthal Center together with communal and political leaders at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County formally opened of the Courage to Remember exhibit, a new and critical tool to increase Holocaust education and combat antisemitism and hate in Nassau County schools and beyond. Courage to Remember is Simon Wiesenthal Centers 40-panel traveling exhibition on the Nazi Holocaust, which has been seen on six continents by millions of people and continues to be displayed in cities across the United States and across the globe. Today when Holocaust Denial is rampant and Memory itself is under assault it is critical that we deliver the lessons of the Holocaust to young people wherever they are, stated Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean & Director of Social Action Agenda, Simon Wiesenthal Center

Over 350000 Holocaust Survivors Are Still With Us. Who’s Addressing Their Basic Needs? Inside Philanthropy – Inside Philanthropy

| November 30, 2021

Hate crimes, anti-semitism and Holocaust denial are on the rise in the U.S. and overseas, which makes acknowledging and caring for those who survived past scourges more important than ever.

Prime Minister announces reappointment of Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combatting Antisemitism – Prime Minister of Canada

| November 30, 2021

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced the reappointment of the Honourable Irwin Cotler as Canadas Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combatting Antisemitism. This reappointment is for a term of up to one year. Mr.

The society of Holocaust victims: what was life inside a Nazi camp like? | OUPblog – OUPblog

| November 30, 2021

What was society like in the Nazi concentration camps and ghettos? Can we even speak of society in this context given the suffering of uprooted and imprisoned people, almost all of whom were eventually murdered? There is a widespread notion that the camps destroyed people and atomized society.

Kansas anti-vaxxers condemned for comparing vaccine mandates to the Holocaust by wearing yellow stars – The Independent

| November 14, 2021

Anti-vaxxers in Kansas have been condemned for comparing Covid-19 vaccine mandates to the Holocaust, after a group of protesters wore yellow stars to a government hearing. Republican state lawmakers hit out at comparisons being drawn between the murder of more than six million Jews by the Nazis and the requirement to be vaccinated against Covid-19 following Fridays tense meeting.

Art, families and the Holocaust: An evening learning from Tomi Reichental – The Irish Times

| November 14, 2021

At the National Gallery last Monday, in an event to mark the anniversary of Kristallnacht (November 9th-10th, 1938), the great Tomi Reichental recalled again the horrors of being a child in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, and of losing 35 members of his extended family to the Holocaust. Joining him on stage was Oliver Sears who, as interviewed by Sarah Carey, also spoke movingly about the inherited legacies of that time, in his case as the son of a survivor, who first learned about it from a book when he was six years-old


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