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Yad Vashem makes historic strides in Argentinian Holocaust education

Yad Vashem chairman Dani Dayan met with Argentine President Prof. Alberto Ángel Fernández and other high-ranking Argentinian officials in the Latin American Forum to Combat Antisemitism.

21/07/2022

A watchmaker’s son: A family of Holocaust survivors

In a new book, Ra’anana resident Scott Lenga tells the story of how his father survived the Nazi death camps by fixing watches.

By MARCELA HOMSANY
19/07/2022

House passes resolution condemning rising antisemitism

The US House of Representatives passed a resolution on Wednesday condemning the rise of antisemitism. 420 members voted for it, one voted against: Thomas Massie (R-KY).

Victims of Antisemitism at March of the Living: Never Means Never

The Jewish Agency Led First-Ever Delegation of Victims of Antisemitism to the March of the Living

By INTERNATIONAL MARCH OF THE LIVING
08/05/2022

Jewish communities in the US mark the Holocaust Remembrance Day

Memorial events, commemorations, talks with Holocaust survivors and a workshop for the children of survivors will take place in the communities across the US on Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Marching from Berlin to Auschwitz

Ukrainian Holocaust Survivor and Refugee to lead March of Life Holocaust Memorial in Berlin

By INTERNATIONAL MARCH OF THE LIVING
25/04/2022

When will “Never Again” mean “Never Again?”

By John Farmer , Director of the Miller Center at Rutgers University
24/04/2022

Second generation Holocaust survivors must continue teaching - opinion

Holocaust survivors are aging and passing away, but the second generation can reach today's youth just as well.

By CLIFFORD A. RIEDERS
23/04/2022

Eitan Neishlos - A beacon held high for the next generation

As the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, the Israeli-born philanthropist and entrepreneur has chosen to dedicate his efforts to preserving the memory and advancing education about the Holocaust.

New York State’s stalled Holocaust education bill is given new boost by sponsor

Twenty percent believed that Jews caused the Holocaust, 28% believed the Holocaust is a myth or exaggerated and 58% were unable to name a concentration camp.

By JACOB HENRY/JTA
28/03/2022
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