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INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY
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These Holocaust Survivors Have An Important Message For The World
"Speak up and put down signs of racism, acts of hatred.”
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The Anti-Defamation League Is Offering Sean Spicer Remedial Holocaust Lessons
"We believe a few hours learning this history will help you understand where you went wrong," the ADL said.
Over 70 Years Ago, Nazis Victimized This Community. They Still Struggle For Acceptance.
Roma in Germany face racism, invisibilization and the threat of deportation.
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White House Ignored Draft Holocaust Statement Mentioning Jews: Report
Trump failed to mention Jewish victims, sparking condemnation.
Trump, Holocaust Remembrance, and Alternative Facts
The news cycle moves at a disconcertingly rapid pace, but here’s why the controversy regarding President Trump’s Holocaust
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The White House Is Flirting With Holocaust Denial
Yeah, you read that right.
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Reince Priebus Defends Trump Statement On The Holocaust
The president did not specifically mention the Jewish people or anti-Semitism.
Anne Frank Was A Refugee, Too
Her story is a warning about the tragic consequences of turning desperate people away.
Photographer Documents The Haunting Journey To Auschwitz
Wednesday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
A Gesture for Today's Victims
Stephanie Courouble Share
The remembrance shouldn't only aim to honor the victims; it should also serve to alert the current generation by teaching it to identify the warning signs of a potential genocide. Past experience should serve the present.
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What We Learned From Auschwitz
Abraham H. Foxman
National Director, Anti-Defamation League
The 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, which will be marked January 27 on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, comes at a time when some are asking: Is it happening all over again in Europe?
Holocaust: Historical Revisionism and Trivialization
Warren J. Blumenfeld
Social Justice writer, educator, and speaker
As I write this commentary on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I am outraged because of what I perceive as the use and misuse of the Holocaust by some to justify and maintain the enormous economic disparity in the U.S. and across the globe.
Remembering the Past, Safeguarding the Future
Sec. John Kerry
U.S. Secretary of State
Holocaust Remembrance Day calls us to condemn anti-Semitism in every form -- whether it's the disturbing rise of xenophobic and anti-Semitic parties in Europe or the uptick of violence against Jewish people anywhere in the world.
Pigs' Heads Sent To Rome Synagogue And Israeli Embassy Before Holocaust Remembrance Day
By Reuters, Reuters
"The consequences of indifference towards such acts, as history teaches us, can lead to a serious degeneration of peaceful
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Questions for the Holocaust Museum
Author, 'We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust'
Morality is not only an individual but also a social matter. To prevent genocide, we must do more than appeal to individual conscience. We must also nurture habits of civic and social activism.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2014
Dorian de Wind
Retired U.S. Air Force Officer and Writer
Why am I telling you all this? Perhaps it is a form of personal catharsis, atonement if you will, for never having taken the time or made the effort to learn more about Jewish history and culture, about the Jewish religion, and about the Jewish suffering.
Chiune Sugihara, Japan Diplomat Who Saved 6,000 Jews During Holocaust, Remembered
Most Americans know of Oskar Schindler, the German businessman who saved more than 1,200 lives during the Holocaust by hiring
How the Holocaust Lives On for Survivor's Children
Co-author of "The New I Do," journalist, mom
My mother was just 12 when she and her family were rounded up from their home in Chernowitz, Romania, and sent to the ghetto.
Why 'Never Again' Is a Litmus Test for Iran
Executive Director of Global Affairs, The Israel Project
Accepting the dire lessons of the Holocaust has rightly become a litmus test of human decency. A country such as Iran which refuses to even recognize that there are any lessons to be learnt must never be permitted nuclear weapons.
History And Meaning Of The Word ‘Holocaust': Are We Still Comfortable With This Term?
There was a definite religious connotation for survivors, said Michael Berenbaum, director of the Sigi Ziering Center for
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