Antony Blinken, the US Secretary of State, used the occasion to take his own department to task for its neglect of Jews during the Nazi era, and to call for action on behalf of the persecuted today.
As part of the campaign, the survivors recorded videos explaining how words eventually led to the atrocities committed during the Holocaust.
Cox said his mask had a picture from the Nuremberg trials printed on it, and compared the bill to the Nazis’ infringement on “the rights of parents.”
Smotrich’s odious utterings and implied threat wouldn’t have been appropriate at any time, let alone on the eve of a day that demands we remember man’s inhumanity.
The country needs a functional government with a workable budget. And it needs to reform the political system.
Avdija came in to the court wearing black and wrote the word "Yizkor" - which means "remember" - on his sneakers.
Still in the shadow of coronavirus, the March of the Living will again take place virtually – saluting the doctors and nurses who saved Jews during the Holocaust
"We told him, 'Go back, visit your hometown Bilgoraj [Poland].' He never went back. He didn't want to go back, he wanted to retell."
When the sirens go off and you all stand there in silence, please think about the past. But, also think about the future and what our children will face.