• Jerusalem Post Special Report on the 2018 March of the Living

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  • March of the Living at NYC’s Celebrate Israel Parade 2018

    On June 3, 2018, International March of the Living participated in the NYC Celebrate Israel Parade up Fifth Avenue. More photos and videos coming soon!

  • A Journey of Independence

    After a tough, emotional trip to Poland that included the March of the Living at Auschwitz, thousands of young people from all over the world arrived in Israel to celebrate Independence Day. They connected to Israel’s landscapes by cycling and taking part in green, environmentally-aware hikes all over the country.

  • A Holocaust Survivor’s Revenge: A Bar Mitzvah in Poland After 79 Years

    Johnny Jablon began preparing for his bar mitzvah in Poland in the summer of 1939. A month later, the Germans invaded. Now 92 years of age, Jablon returned to Poland for the first time since World War II to finally celebrate his bar mitzvah. Born the second of three sons to an assimilated

  • Yaffa (Grinblatt) Phillips z”l

    It is with great sadness that we inform you of the untimely passing of former March of the Living staff member Yaffa (Grinblatt) Phillips z”l. ​Yaffa was ​a beloved member of the March of the Living organization, working in the New York offices from 2004 to 2008. Yaffa had the

  • Interview with Holocaust Survivor Sol Nayman

    Gila Yefet interviews Sol Nayman, Holocaust survivor and educator and Eynat Katz, March of the Living participant.   [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Cw5h4Ybh4w[/embedyt]

  • Alumni Reflections: Rosa Saba, Mexico 2018

    Haga clic aquí para leer en español » Human? Humankind? Adjective qualifying a human being, a man or a woman in nature. Adjective qualifying a human being. A rational human being. An adjective that conveys understanding, sensitivity to other human being’s misfortune. Humankind… human nature, the human being’s own fragility or

  • Bearing Witness: Southampton Residents Visit Concentration Camps As Part Of ‘March Of The Living’ Tour

    “When you listen to a witness, you become a witness.” The words of Elie Wiesel were on the mind of Saundra Dubin, Robin Long and Deborah Kooperstein when they traveled to Poland last month with other Long Island residents. They were there to visit several concentration camps and other historic

  • Alumni Reflections: Arianna Weiner, Western Region 2018

    Transformation Beautiful are those whose brokenness gives birth to transformation and wisdom. ~ John Mark Green Background: Three weeks ago, I marched with 14,000 people from 52 different countries down the same 3-kilometer path leading from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom Hashoah – as a tribute

  • Alumni Reflections: Hannah E, Western Region 2018

    Today was our last full day in Israel. Our last full day in our people’s country. Our country. The past few days we have been celebrating this country because of Yom Hatzmaoot, but today we focused on our ancestors who perished like we did in Poland. We started at Yad