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‘Becoming a Witness’: Teen paints portraits of Holocaust survivors during pandemic – ABC News

| October 25, 2020

"I believe fervently that to listen to a witness is to become a witness." The quote from Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel is featured prominently on a wall at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, and manifests itself in 10 portraits of Holocaust survivors painted by 17-year-old Sherman Oaks, California, high school student Sophia Soll, whose virtual exhibition, "Becoming a Witness," debuted last month to a virtual crowd. "People usually say that's kind of scary or unsettling to see these colors within human anatomy, and I say that's what makes my paintings so human," Soll said.

How a Holocaust survivor helped me find love and hope during the pandemic – New York Post

| October 25, 2020

Lately, Ive been thinking about hope. Because Im fresh out.

Point of View: Facebook, Twitter on the right side of history with bans on Holocaust denial – Palm Beach Post

| October 25, 2020

Palm Beach Post Anti-Semitisms lengthy history is built on ignorance and the perpetuation of lies by people who hate Jews. Its a disease far more incurable than a pandemic

Garden honors young victims, survivors of Holocaust – liherald.com

| October 25, 2020

By Jennifer Corr Before staff members and volunteers gathered for socially distanced tour guide training at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau Countys Childrens Memorial Garden on Friday, Oct. 9, Meryl Menashe walked up to a stanchion in which the name Vladka Meed was etched, along with some of her words. I will make you proud, Menashe said, patted the stanchion

Seton Hill to display never-before-seen photos of Holocaust massacre – TribLIVE

| October 25, 2020

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Tommy Schnurmacher: My parents survived the Holocaust I can get through a pandemic – Montreal Gazette

| October 25, 2020

It was all Sharons fault.

Adjaye says Holocaust Memorial is a ‘crescendo of the moment’ – Building Design

| October 25, 2020

David Adjaye has told the public inquiry into his controversial Holocaust Memorial proposals, earmarked for a site in the shadow of the Palace of Westminster, that the scheme deliberately creates a busy crescendo of the moment effect. The architect was giving evidence for a second day at the inquiry into the proposals created by his practice, Ron Arad Architects and landscape specialists Gustafson Porter & Bowman who won a design competition in 2017, beating a stellar shortlist. Barrister Meyric Lewis, representing scheme opponents the London Parks & Gardens Trust and Save Victoria Tower Gardens, suggested to Adjaye that there would be a lot going on for people looking towards the grade I-listed Palace of Westminster from the south if the memorial were built.

History repeats itself: A Holocaust survivor reflects on the election – Forward

| October 21, 2020

Fear gripped me, as it did many Americans, on election night 2016. As I began to feel tightness in my throat and heaviness in my chest, memories of my adolescence in Nazi-occupied Hungary returned.

Facebook, Twitter on the Right Side of History With Bans on Holocaust Denial – InsideSources

| October 21, 2020

Anti-Semitisms lengthy history is built on ignorance and the perpetuation of lies by people who hate Jews. Its a disease far more incurable than a pandemic. Over the centuries, despots disliked a people whose theology introduced a code of morality and justice that flipped civilizations

Twitter intends to remove posts denying the Holocaust – Cleveland Jewish News

| October 21, 2020

Twitter announced last week that it will remove posts that deny the Holocaust. Bloomberg first reported the move on Oct. 14


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