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Holocaust Remembrance Day

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  • March of Living makes impact on teens

    March of Living makes impact on teens
    Daniella Cohen — a senior at Weinbaum Yeshiva High School in Boca Raton — was affected deeply by what she saw on the recent March of the Living — Southern Region Holocaust educational trip to Poland and Israel that she went on.
  • 'Sanctuary' commemorates Holocaust at Orlando Museum of Art

    'Sanctuary' commemorates Holocaust at Orlando Museum of Art
    A wooden tunnel leads to an enclosed metal shack in Michael Wolf's art installation "Sanctuary." The artist pictured a hiding spot for Jewish children trying to evade the Nazis during World War II. When Coralie Claeyson-Gleyzon saw his work, she...

    Students forever changed by March of Living trip

    Students forever changed by March of Living trip
    The 55 Broward County high school students who returned April 27 from the March of the Living expressed it as a trip of a lifetime that will forever change their understanding of the Holocaust. The March of the Living is an annual educational program...

    Simsbury To Observe Holocaust Remembrance Day

    SIMSBURY — Michael Bonchick said if he were to read all 6 million names of the Jewish people who died in the Holocaust, it would take about 350 days of nonstop reading, 24 hours a day. On Wednesday, Bonchick and other residents will try to read...

    It's time to rediscover Orlando Museum of Art

    It's time to rediscover Orlando Museum of Art
    I went to the Orlando Museum of Art a couple of weeks ago for a special Holocaust Remembrance Day exhibition (excellent, btw!), and while there I saw the Maya Lin and Carlos Vega exhibits and installations (both fantastic). I always walk through the...