• Can Holocaust education combat antisemitism?

      At the annual European Jewish Association conference in Brussels, Arutz Sheva interviews Michel Gourary, Director of the European March of the Living Network, as to the efficacy of Holocaust education as a tool for battling antisemitism. When asked about whether learning about the Holocaust and knowing the story really

  • MOTL Alumni & Friends Reception at JFNA’s GA in Israel

    On October 22, 2018 March of the Living hosted an Alumni & Friends reception in Tel Aviv, featuring remarks from guest of honor MK Sharren Haskel, the youngest member of the Israeli Knesset and alumna of the March of the Living. Additional speakers included Dr. Shmuel Rosenman, Chairman of the

  • 30 Years of the March of the Living

  • Video: #marcha from Argentina

    “The story has always been told by us. Now teenagers have the floor.”  

  • “The Accountant of Auschwitz”

    Seventy years after WWII, Oskar Gröning, one of the last surviving members of the SS, goes on trial as an accessory to the murder of 300,000 people at the Auschwitz concentration camp. Three of the four survivors featured are March of the Living educators – Bill Glied Z”L, Max Eisen &

  • “The Forgotten Camps| History of the Holocaust” – A FOX 5 / Fox5NY.com Film by March of the Living Alumna Dana Arschin

    Film created by 2018 March of the Living alumna, Dana Arschin, for Fox 5 Films. Poland: charming cobblestone streets, bustling communities, and endless greenery. A country so beautiful and vibrant was once cloaked in a blanket of darkness and despair. Poland was the first country to bear the brunt of

  • Remembering Joseph Eckstein, z”l

    We mourn the loss of holocaust survivor and March of the Living educator, Joseph Eckstein, z”l, who travelled with our Southern Region for many years. Joseph was 15 when Germany occupied Hungary. He was the only person in his family to survive the Holocaust, avoiding work selections and beatings in

  • Remembering Isaac Goldstein z”l

    ISAAC GOLDSTEIN z’l (October 9, 1925 – October 9, 2018), was born in Bialystok Poland and was the only person in his family to survive the Holocaust, spoke about living through a death march, only because a friend gave him a pair of shoes at the last minute. At the

  • IN COMMEMORATION OF ELIE WIESEL, JEWISH LEADERS GATHER IN HIS HOMETOWN

    The event included an interfaith dialogue between representatives of Romania’s religious communities and Jewish leaders from Israel. SIGHET, ROMANIA – Local leaders and Jewish dignitaries from around the world gathered Thursday in Sighet, the birthplace of Jewish luminary Elie Wiesel, to protest rising antisemitism and commend town officials for acting