• IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS follows the March of the Living

      IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS follows the March of the Living This week W5’s Sandie Rinaldo joins a new generation confronting the horrors of the past. IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS follows the March of the Living, as teens travel to the death camps in Poland and hear first-hand from the dwindling numbers

  • Renny Rychter and John Glass discussed March of the Living

    Renny Rychter and John Glass discussed March of the Living.

  • March of the Living on The Shtick with Renny Rychter

    Renny Richter, Co-President of March of the Living, tells us about the amazing experience of traveling to Poland and Israel in a group, dedicated to the Memory of the Holocaust, commemorating Yom Hashoah in Poland, then Yom Hazikaron and celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut in Israel.

  • Alums praise March of Living experience by Shayna Chazin

    According to Shayna Chazin, “No one ever regrets going on the March of the Living — they just regret missing it.” Chazin has been heavily involved as a volunteer with the March of the Living – Southern Region — which has a territory including all of Palm Beach and Martin

  • WAVING THE FLAG AT AUSCHWITZ IS NOT AN ‘EXERCISE IN CHAUVINISM’

    In his recent column in The Canadian Jewish News (There’s More to Polish Jewry than the Holocaust,) Rabbi Dow Marmur suggests that the March of the Living fosters “disdain for Poles and Poland…ignores most of Polish-Jewish history”, and promotes the “indiscriminate loathing of another people.” Rabbi Marmur also suggests that girls and

  • A Letter to my Daughter Kim Before She Embarks on the March of the Living

    A Letter to My Daughter Kim before she embarks on the March of The Living… Dearest Kim, The March of the Living is an extraordinary, unforgettable experience. With thousands of Jewish people, from countries all around the world, you will share in a once in a lifetime experience when they

  • San Diego Participants Reflect on this Year’s March of the Living

    In honor of this year’s Yom Hashoah, another group of young San Diegans joined counterparts from across the world on the March of the Living. The San Diego Jewish Journal online published reflections from two local participants. This trip is historically moving, and gives young people a chance to really understand

  • Alumni Reflection: Dinah Kramer, HTMC Long Island, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? There are many but the most powerful were standing in Auschwitz knowing that

  • Alumni Q&A: Donna Dambrot, HTMC Long Island, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, Friends of MOTL What was the most memorable moment of your experience? The March itself and the presentations in Birkrnau were touching, empowering and beautiful.