Changing the way we remember the Shoah

“The main goal of the project is to give the survivors a place where they can talk freely about their personal story and to reach out to all the different sectors of Israeli society.”

By MAYA PELLEG
April 27, 2016 17:14
2 minute read.
‘Zikaron Basalon’

‘Zikaron Basalon’ participants meet a survivor, last year in Jerusalem. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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