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Surviving members of Hitler’s Third Reich speak in chilling new documentary ‘Final Account’ – Military Times

| May 25, 2021

Eleven million men, women, and children perished during the systematic, Nazi state-sponsored persecution and murder of Jews, Slavic peoples, Roma, people with disabilities, Soviet prisoners, homosexuals, and others deemed inferior. Of those, more than six million were Jews. The way in which one traditionally views the Holocaust is inevitably through the lens of the victim

Seven New Members Elected to University’s Board of Trustees – Syracuse University News

| May 25, 2021

Syracuse University has announced the election of seven new members to its Board of Trustees, all of whom are recognized leaders in their fields and are either alumni or otherwise deeply connected to the University through family and service. The new members include Sharon R.

Join us as we celebrate 100 amazing years of accomplishment – Jewish Community Voice

| May 25, 2021

This month marks Jewish American Heritage Month and the start of our year-long celebration to honor the 100th anniversary of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey in April 2022. This is the perfect opportunity to recognize the contributions and achievements of our own South Jersey community to the Jewish American experience.

Zach Banner Hosts Mothers Day Dinner For Women Who Have Lost Children, Loved Ones To Gun Violence – CBS Pittsburgh

| May 12, 2021

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Tackle Zach Banner once again got involved to support the local community.

Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted: The Ballad of Motl the Cowboy – Quill & Quire

| March 9, 2021

Can one write a humorous book that grapples with the Holocaust?

‘Every student should learn about the Shoah’ The Australian Jewish News – Australian Jewish News

| March 7, 2021

THE scale of the death and destruction must never, ever be forgotten, an emotional Josh Frydenberg said this week as he announced that the Morrison government is providing $2 million towards the establishment of a Tasmanian Holocaust Education and Interpretation Centre. Speaking on Tuesday at Hobart Synagogue, Australias oldest shule, Frydenberg noted, If there was a minutes silence observed for every Jewish life that was lost in the Holocaust it would go for 11 years. The Treasurer said the new centre which will allow Tasmanian students, teachers and the wider community to better understand the Shoah and its impact on our world will also serve as a warning that such atrocities can still take place

One third of Holocaust survivors live in poverty. We can’t forget them now. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| March 7, 2021

Every so often, its useful to recall the immortal words of novelist William Faulkner: The past is never dead.

Going through hell gave her family a voice after the Holocaust – The San Diego Union-Tribune

| March 7, 2021

Sandra Scheller had poured so much of herself, her parents and her Jewish community into the Holocaust remembrance exhibit shed been working on for 2020 that when the COVID-19 pandemic put it on hold, she was devastated.

The haters in our midst The Australian Jewish News – Australian Jewish News

| March 7, 2021

IN just the past few days, a skate park in Sydney has been defaced with a giant swastika and a Nazi flag has been found on sale in the Victorian town of Bendigo.

Steven Spielberg’s Shoah foundation links up with UK schools to fight hatred – Jewish News

| March 3, 2021

Steven Spielbergs USC Shoah Foundation has linked up with secondary schools in the UK to help children tackle hatred and build empathy through storytelling. The California-based foundation, which has been world-leading in its use of technology in Holocaust education, is taking part in the Stronger than Hate challenge, together with digital curriculum provider Discovery Education. Students aged 13-18 are asked to submit a project showing why united communities are stronger.


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