• Alumni Q&A: Connie Strassberg, 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; and International Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Seeing a sea of blue shirts and Israeli flags march through

  • Alumni Reflection: Rachel Greenwald, 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? Walking and talking with people from all over the world sharing this common

  • Alumni Reflection: Laura Novich, Haifa University, 1990

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Haifa University Overseas Students Year(s) attended: 1990 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Each camp was a different experience.  As a young adult, the most impressive experience was looking at

  • Alumni Q&A: Stephanie Tock, USA, 1992

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? USA Year(s) attended: 1992 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Walking through the gates of Auschwitz and feeling I wish I could do more. What impact did Poland have on

  • Reflections on Elie Wiesel, by Eynat Tabakman Katz

    Elie Wiesel is the conscience that is missing in this world! In the camps, he was only a number to the Germans and SS officers – a man known to just a few. After liberation, through the numerous books he authored, talks he gave and his tireless humanitarian efforts around

  • Alumni reflection: Liz Pearl, Canada, 2014

    Nothing Makes Sense ‒‛Never Again’ Excerpts from My Journal from MOL 2014 Liz Pearl   Water: Rain and Tears The day after we arrive in Poland is Shabbat and we take a guided walking tour through the streets of Warsaw in the rain. At some point the rain changes from

  • Alumni Reflection: Anita Bloom, 2016

    One of the most memorable instances that will be seared into my memory was a time when there were no speeches, no songs, just silence. It was the day we walked through a beautiful forest, tall trees with glowing sunshine. The day was warm and nature was at its best.

  • Alumni Reflection: Felicia Schneberg, 2016

    The holocaust, with all it’s death and destruction, has been a part of my life since my dad, a survivor, told me stories of his experiences when I was growing up. Then in 1986, when he was dying of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, and I was pregnant with his first grandchild, he

  • San Diego H.S. seniors share reactions to March of Living

    SAN DIEGO — Two San Diego teens who participated in the March of the Living earlier this year–in which a visit to the German Nazi concentration camps in Poland is followed by a trip to Israel — reflected on the first of these experiences in these articles below. Questions about