Come hear Rowan Pope talk about his book “Six Chairs: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story,” tonight at the Sabes JCC.
Every year I write something new because every year it feels like a perversion to just post what I have said before. It would mean that I did not take the time to think, to make an effort, an observation, to relate to that which, like anything else in history, can so easily, bust must never, be forgotten.
January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, has been declared International Holocaust Remembrance Day by the United Nations. The JCRC reflects on its significance.
I’m terrified to tell them what this is all about, what’s on my mind, why we are doing this. A long time ago many, many people died in sad, scary ways…
Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, was this past Sunday, April 11th. We hope you noticed. Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison did.
My Grandmother is a Holocaust survivor. This is her story. I am honored (and humbled) to tell it.