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Holocaust survivor shares story to promote change and unity – KEZI TV

| October 21, 2020

EUGENE, Ore. -- In 1944, Loulke Wilders was just 8 years-old when he was taken off the streets of Germany

The Holocaust-surviving violins that endured atrocities to tell a vital story – Classic FM

| October 21, 2020

21 October 2020, 12:06 | Updated: 21 October 2020, 16:48 The Violins of Hope contain in their wooden forms the stories of utmost pain, loss and hope, having survived a period in history that many of their owners didnt. The philosopher and writer George Santayana once said, those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Today, the atrocities of the Holocaust are remembered in stories: told through literature, film, art and word of mouth

Holocaust survivor Eva Kor honored with mural – The Herald

| October 21, 2020

By The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS Holocaust survivor and forgiveness advocate Eva Mozes Kor who died last year at the age of 85 will be honored with a mural in Indianapolis.

Union Station to host Holocaust exhibit this summer | University News – University News

| October 21, 2020

An Auschwitz exhibit is coming to Union Station Kansas City this June, and local Holocaust survivor Judy Jacobs urges all to see it. The exhibit is titled Auschwitz. Not long ago

Sacha Baron Cohen Broke Tradition on Borat 2 by Revealing His Identity to Holocaust Survivor – IndieWire

| October 21, 2020

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Amazon Sacha Baron Cohen typically films his documentaries in secret, with unsuspecting subjects taking part in his politically charged comedy stunts. The comedian rarely tells his subjects they are being set up in order to capture their genuine reactions to outrageous inquiries and requests. Its a decision that can have near-violent consequences, as Cohen almost ignited a riot after crashing a far-right rally over the summer while filming Borat 2.

This school principal refuses to call the Holocaust a fact. A Jewish youth group is fighting back. – Forward

| October 21, 2020

In Boca Raton, Fla., an Orthodox youth group is providing high school students with a new Holocaust education program in response to a school districts rehiring of William Latson, an administrator accused of Holocaust denial. Southern NCSY is determined not to allow Holocaust denial to become acceptable, said the group, the youth outreach arm of the Orthodox Union. The program will allow students to experience a virtual tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp system, the largest in the Nazis network, where more than 1 million people were murdered between 1940 and 1945

Rehiring of principal who refused to call Holocaust a fact to be reconsidered – Palm Beach Post

| October 21, 2020

Andrew Marra|Palm Beach Post Under a barrage of criticism, Palm Beach County School Board members are expected to revisit their decision to reinstate a former principal who ignited international controversy by refusing to say the Holocaust was a fact. School Board Chairman Frank Barbieri has proposed board members on Wednesday overturnlast weeks 4-3 vote to rehire former Spanish River High Principal William Latson. Barbieri's proposal was placed Friday on the board's meeting agenda for Wednesday

Abortion and Holocaust | News, Sports, Jobs – Williamsport Sun-Gazette

| October 21, 2020

As I lay in bed at night, I can only think of the unborn babies that have been killed and are still being killed by some who call themselves doctors. I have another word for it executioners. When somebody goes into a prison and administers a lethal cocktail of drugs to a convict sentenced to death, that person is paid for their services.


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