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Holocaust Remembrance Day

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  • 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.
  • Interfaith ceremonies remember Holocaust victims, survivors

    Interfaith ceremonies remember Holocaust victims, survivors
    Mary Ann Wachsner was 14 years old when her family departed Germany in 1940, taking the Trans-Siberian Railroad through Manchuria, China and Korea, eventually crossing to Japan and sailing to Seattle. “For a teenager, that was very exciting,&...

    Temple Sholom hosts Shoah event

    Temple Sholom hosts Shoah event
    The Jewish Center at Temple Sholom in Pompano Beach hosted a free Yom HaShoah ("Holocaust Remembrance Day") Commemoration on Sunday, April 19, lighting memorial candles to pay tribute to the six million martyred, innocent Jews killed in the Holocaust....

    Sisters sponsor Shoah art/writing contest

    Sisters sponsor Shoah art/writing contest
    Annette Shachter, of Boca Raton — a member of Boca Raton Synagogue — believes it is very important to teach future generations to feel a personal connection to the Holocaust. As such, Shachter — and her sisters, Florence Banikiotes, of...

    FIU students remember Holocaust

    FIU students remember Holocaust
    Approximately 150 college students observed Yom HaShoah at Florida International University. FIU's Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and Hillel Young Adult Division presented a Holocaust Day of Remembrance event that featured reflections with Holocaust...