• Alumni Reflections: Barbra Litwin-Cutler, Canada, 1990

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Montreal, Quebec, Canada Year(s) attended: 1990 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Driving down the street that my zaidie had lived on. It was the only information he gave me

  • Alumni Reflections: Marilyn DiPietro, NYC, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? NYC International Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Just standing on the grounds and not believing that my parents were actually there and survived! What impact did

  • Alumni Reflections: Judith Sands, Broward, 2005

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Broward County Year(s) attended: 2005 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Standing in the gas chamber followed by the Warsaw Jewish Cemetery What impact did Poland have on you? Fascinating

  • Alumni Reflections: Laura Novich, Haifa University Overseas Students, 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 Reflections: Stephanie Tock, Canada, 1992

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? MOTL Canada 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

  • Alumni Reflections: Rachel Greenwald, HMTC, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? HMTC 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 bond of love and tolerance and NEVER

  • Alumni Reflections: Dinah Kramer, HMTC, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? HMTC 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 my father and his siblings were there,

  • Alumni Reflections: David Karpel, CAJE, 1988

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? CAJE Year(s) attended: 1988 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Walking among the stones at Treblinka was powerful, but I most remember the mausoleum at Majdanek. What impact did Poland

  • Alumni Reflections: Andrea Bolender, HTMC, 2015

    Growing up the “shadow of the Shoah” can never be described as a life unaffected. During my youth I often felt I carried the responsibility of making my father , sole survivor of his family, happy and proud of me. It was only much later in life that I realized

  • Alumni Reflections: Valerie Greenfeld, USA, 2017

    A SUITCASE OF PERSPECTIVE By Valerie Greenfeld April 29, 2017 To remember the heroes who resisted the Nazis and to mourn for those who were lost, I flew to Poland to walk with thousands of people from around the world from Auschwitz to Birkenau. Since 1988, when communism fell, thousands