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

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  • Celebrate Israel Parade NY 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! [embedsocial_album id=”a988cce20f031cbe0456254e1c0b591f4a19f787″]

  • 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

  • Highlights 30th Anniversary March of the Living Jerusalem 2018

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  • Poland March of the Living 2018

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  • Rutgers Joins International Effort to Prevent Hatred, Intolerance and Prejudice

    Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience memorializes those killed during Holocaust at annual International March of the Living at Auschwitz. Joining 13,000 people from more than 40 countries, representatives of Rutgers University’s Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience took part this month in the International March of the

  • Participant Interviews at Mega Event 2018

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  • From Auschwitz to the Western Wall

    More than 6,000 students arrived in Israel this week following their participation in the 30th March of the Living in Poland last Thursday, April 12, an international procession from Auschwitz to Birkenau led by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and the top echelon of Israel’s security forces to mark Holocaust Memorial


    “The establishment of the State of Israel is a miracle, though it is not self-evident, and it is something that must be experienced to be believed and understood.” President Reuven Rivlin on Thursday warmly welcomed some 6,000 young students from 40 countries across the world who took part in 30th