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Take your children to a Holocaust memorial or a museum. Invite a survivor to your school, church or community organization.
Thirty-four-year-old Evan Rosenberg founded the charity after receiving a letter from his grandma recounting a family story from the Holocaust.
Sidney Zoltak, 89, said he is worried about global indifference towards hateful politics and modern genocides.
"'Death to Judah' so the flag says, 'Judah will live forever,' so the light answers," Rachel Posner wrote in German on the back of the photograph.
Some of the stolen money came from Holocaust reparation checks issued by the German government, according to the grandson of a couple who were allegedly exploited by their caretaker.
Kor later said that the TSA had contacted her to "solve" the issue of body searches while she travels.
"We, who know precisely what it's like to be refugees, to be homeless and bereft of a state that preserves and protects us from violence and suffering, cannot comprehend how a Jewish government can expel refugees and asylum seekers to a journey of suffering, torment and death."
"Know that it is possible for people to stand up and do the right thing, even when they are surrounded by evil."
Leon was dedicating to combating the far-right, and shared his story with thousands of people.
The scandal of October 28 left a bad taste in the mouths of many Czechs.
The Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery Act would remove legal barriers to Holocaust victims and their families' seeking looted art.
Authorities forced victims of Nazi persecution to relive their harrowing experiences.
At the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors will speak about their experiences and the memories they've inherited.
In 1938, Nicholas Winton abandoned a skiing holiday to arrange safe passage for hundreds of Jewish children.
Oskar Groening admits that "the events of Auschwitz, the mass murders, were known to me."
The most important movie Alfred Hitchcock ever worked on didn't make it to the screen.