• March of the Living changes lives

    It was the fall of 2008 when my parents asked me if I had any interest in going on the “March of The Living.” My mother, a career Jewish professional and my father who studied in Poland in college and whose own father had been present on the liberation of

  • Alumni Reflection: Geri Roth, International Adults 2018

    It was an honor and once in a lifetime experience to participate in the March of the Living and especially to do so with my daughter, Lisa Roth. Although my background is not the same as hers, we share many of the same emotions. While in Poland, I felt extreme

  • Alumni Reflection: Lisa Roth, International Adults 2018

    My paternal grandparents, Elizabeth (Bubbie) and Samuel (Zaide) z’l Roth, survived the Holocaust. My Zaide passed away in 2010 at almost 98 years old just shy of 65 years of marriage to my Bubbie who is currently 92 years old and full of life. As the oldest of their eight

  • Reflections on March of the Living: An Unforgettable Journey

    In April, along with 40 other congregants, my wife and I had the good fortune to travel to Poland and Israel on this year’s Adult March of the Living trip, which was led by Rabbi Vernon Kurtz, under the aegis of North Suburban Synagogue Beth El. Significantly, we were the

  • Jerusalem Post Special Report on the 2018 March of the Living

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  • Interview with Holocaust Survivor Sol Nayman

    Gila Yefet interviews Sol Nayman, Holocaust survivor and educator and Eynat Katz, March of the Living participant.  

  • Alumni Reflections: Rosa Saba, Mexico 2018

    Haga clic aquí para leer en español » Human? Humankind? Adjective qualifying a human being, a man or a woman in nature. Adjective qualifying a human being. A rational human being. An adjective that conveys understanding, sensitivity to other human being’s misfortune. Humankind… human nature, the human being’s own fragility or

  • Alumni Reflections: Arianna Weiner, Western Region 2018

    Transformation Beautiful are those whose brokenness gives birth to transformation and wisdom. ~ John Mark Green Background: Three weeks ago, I marched with 14,000 people from 52 different countries down the same 3-kilometer path leading from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom Hashoah – as a tribute

  • Alumni Reflections: Hannah E, Western Region 2018

    Today was our last full day in Israel. Our last full day in our people’s country. Our country. The past few days we have been celebrating this country because of Yom Hatzmaoot, but today we focused on our ancestors who perished like we did in Poland. We started at Yad