Healing Wounded Memories

Amek, we promise you this: as long as there is a March, we will always tell your courageous story. Your story will never die.

March 21, 2018 21:27
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AMEK ADLER (center) stands with young participants during March of the Living

AMEK ADLER (center) stands with young participants during March of the Living. (photo credit: JESSICA TAYLOR)


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In February 2006, more than 200 Toronto students gathered at a winter retreat in central Ontario for a weekend Shabbaton in preparation for their two-week journey to Poland and Israel on the March of the Living.

During Shabbat services, when the students recited the Shema, the words stirred the most painful of memories inside Amek Adler, one of the survivors accompanying the travelers.


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