• March of the Living affirms and questions

    This trip will leave you with more questions than answers. That’s what our guide, Avi Marcovitz, told our group as we gathered in Warsaw’s airport. By we, I mean the 23 young adults from across the U.S. and two from South Africa, who had come to Poland to participate in

  • March of the Living at NYC’s Celebrate Israel Parade 2019

    Alumni and Friends from around the world celebrated Israel’s 71st Birthday by marching with our float in NYC’s Celebrate Israel Parade on Sunday June 2, 2019.

  • March of the Living transcends distinctions to provide a deeply meaningful Jewish experience

    Knowing that the enemies of the Jewish people did not distinguish between Jews—affiliated or assimilated, religious or secular, citizen or immigrant—will give pause to those searching to expose cultural or political distinctions today. (May 2, 2019 / JNS) There are no words for the experience of commemorating the horrific death,

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  • Holocaust Survivor Shocked that Antisemitism is on the Rise

    “It starts with words,” Max Eisen says at every opportunity, “and ends up in very bad places.” When he landed in Canada at the age of 20, a short few years after the Holocaust had wiped out his family, he did not expect he would ever see antisemitism take on

  • Residents of Exotic Lands to Join March of the Living

    For students from Japan and Morocco, as well as the more than 50 countries and territories, March of the Living is a unique opportunity to learn both history and about past tragedies. Every spring, thousands of participants from around the world travel to Poland for the International March of the

  • Saved twice, Holocaust survivor also survives Pittsburgh terror attack

    President Trump surprised the audience when he asked an elderly man, Judah Samet, to stand up during his State of the Union address. It was the night of the State of the Union address in the capital, February 5, 2019, and In Washington D.C. the debate was more heated than

  • Greek Jewry and The Holocaust

    Before World War II, approximately 80,000 Jews lived in Greece in 31 different communities. By war’s end, only 10,000 Jews survived. The destruction of the Jewish community of Greece remains, more than seven decades after the conclusion of World War II, one of the lesser-known stories of the Holocaust. Before

  • Sarah Manuel | London, UK | 25 years old

    Tell us in a few words about yourself. I’ve been working and volunteering in the Jewish community for over 10 years. Professionally, I’m currently working as an assistant psychologist. In my role, I run interventions to support children’s learning and social and emotional wellbeing. I am passionate about education and