• Most Meaningful Moments from Liz Pearl

    Tears and Pride at Auschwitz Back in February at the MOL Shabbaton with the students I experienced my first meaningful chaperoning experience. Following a dynamic session about sharing family legacies, a lovely girl in my small group approached me feeling very distraught. She expressed her anxiety about publically sharing the

  • Germans Jail ‘Nazi Grandma’

    By: Jewish World News Ursula Haverbeck, 87, was sentenced to 10 months in jail and challenged a court to prove that Auschwitz was a death camp. An 87-year-old German woman dubbed the “Nazi grandma” was sentenced to 10 months in jail for Holocaust denial. Ursula Haverbeck, of the western German

  • Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat announced as Honorary Chairman of the ‘Campaign for the Future’

    ANNOUNCEMENT New York, NY – Monday, November 16, 2015 – The International March of the Living, a leading institution in Holocaust education, announced that Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat has been appointed as Honorary Chairman of the 'Campaign for the Future'. As a Special Advisor on Holocaust Issues, Eizenstat is committed to the

  • Eloquent Speech by Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella at the JFNA 2015 General Assembly in Washington DC.

    Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, the first Jewish woman on Canada’s Supreme Court, who was born in a  German DP Camp in 1946, eloquently discusses the legacy of her Holocaust survivor parents, and how they affected her life and values, at the JFNA 2015 General Assembly in Washington DC.

  • Book Passes The Torch of Holocaust Memory

    Seventy years after the end of World War II and 25 years after March of the Living (MOL) began bringing Jewish high school students and survivors to European death camps, MOL is employing the latest in 21st-century technology to help tell the story of the Holocaust.MOL recently launched a handsome

  • March of The Living Exhibit is open to the visitors of Auschwitz Museum

    The International March of the Living Exhibit is now open to the visitors of Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. The Exhibit will be formally and officially included as part of the International Holocaust Memorial Day, on January 27, 2016. The Exhibit will remain open at the main entrance to the Museum until July 2016. The

  • Review: The Family of Anne Frank, Made Real by Silence

    By: Ken Jaworowski, New York Times The book is famous for its words, yet the silences are the most affecting moments in “The Diary of Anne Frank.” In the play, quiet interludes are filled with humor, or fear, or tenderness, and provide the most poignant moments of this worthy production

  • UN Marks 40 years Since ‘Zionism is Racism’ Resolution

    By: Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt, Haaretz NEW YORK – Forty years ago, a certain Israeli ambassador named Chaim Herzog couldn’t sleep, and spent the night writing and rewriting an address he planned to deliver at the United Nations. It was the eve of the approval of UN Resolution 3379, which determined that “Zionism

  • Getting Millennials to Talk About the Holocaust

    By: Ofer Aderet Yad Vashem and Hewlett-Packard are using tech to get the young generation interested in the Jewish people’s worst tragedy.                 The testimonies of 125,000 Holocaust survivors are preserved in the archives of the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and museum. Some

  • This Day in Jewish History 1938 // Kristallnacht Over, Goering Mulls How to Best Persecute the Jews Next

    By David B. Green Appalled by the ruin of property that could have been seized, Nazi leaders decide on next step: To eliminate the Jews from the German economy. November 12, 1938, was a decisive day – one of many – for the fate of Jews in Nazi Germany. It