• March of the Living Statement on Extremism

    International March of the Living expresses its concern with the rising tide of far right and extremist sentiment in Europe and elsewhere. While not all extremist groups focus their efforts against Israel or the Jewish people, we firmly oppose any movement that advances the demonization of minorities and immigrants –

  • Alumni Reflections: N. Cohen, Southwest United States, 2012

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Southwest United States Year(s) attended: 2012 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? The most memorable moment for me was when we visited a train station, and we were able to

  • New Tech To Offer Virtual Conversations With Holocaust Survivors

    JPost – With a slew of recent incidents clearly indicating that antisemitism is on the rise in the US and in Europe and the voice of Holocaust deniers resounding louder and louder, the need to preserve the memory of World War II’s atrocities has grown ever more pressing in recent

  • Remembering My Father Elie Wiesel On The Eve of Rosh Hashanah

    Forward – This time of year was a difficult time for my father. Did each September, or more precisely – each month of Elul in the Hebrew calendar – did each one get progressively more difficult for him as he got older? Or did I just get more attuned to

  • Seeking Justice After Atrocity: The 2017 Paul S. Miller Distinguished Lecture

    On Tuesday September 12, 2017 in New York, the International March of the Living, in partnership with Rutgers Law School, hosted The 2017 Paul S. Miller Distinguished Lecture “Seeking Justice After Atrocity” featuring presentations by John Q. Barrett and Eli M. Rosenbaum, followed by a video conversation specially produced for

  • Alumni Reflections: Donna Dambrot, HMTC, Friends of MOTL, 2014-16

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? HMTC(2x), Friends of MOTL ( Mel Mann, 1x) Year(s) attended: 2014, 2015, 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? The March itself and the presentations in Birkenau were touching, empowering and

  • Alumni Reflections: Connie Strassberg, HMTC, USA, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? HMTC; 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 the Arbeit Macht Frei gate at Auschwitz.

  • March of the Living Event in Sighet in Memory of Elie Wiesel

    On September 10, 2017, the International March of the Living co-sponsored an event in Sighet, Romania in memory of Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, in partnership with Limmud FSU. Learn more about the event HERE

  • Hundreds march in memory of Elie Wiesel in his Romanian hometown

    “This was the will of Elie Wiesel and we had to see it through,” FSU Limmud Founder said about the Holocaust honor march. Jerusalem Post – Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel did not live to see his countrymen march in honor of the memory of the 14,000 Jews

  • Alumni Reflections: Emily Stern, USA, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? International March of the Living Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? There were so many. To name but a few: Walking through the gates of Auschwitz, and