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The Holocaust (1934-1945)

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  • An insider's account of International Farhud Day

    An insider's account of International Farhud Day
    While I was speaking to the packed room, a woman I did not know, sitting in the front row, slowly shook her tear-stained head in disbelief and muttered softly … barely audible … "I never thought I would hear these words in this building."
  • Local Spanish language journalists visit Israel

    Local Spanish language journalists visit Israel
    A delegation of Latino journalists based in Miami recently traveled to Israel in a seminar organized by Project Interchange, an educational institute of the American Jewish Committee. This delegation included participants from all different kinds of...

    Educators receive a Holocaust lesson

    Educators receive a Holocaust lesson
    More than 75 teachers from throughout Miami-Dade County recently received a Holocaust lesson. The teachers learned different ways to incorporate Shoah studies into their teachings from a variety of speakers during the 14th annual University of Miami...

    Study: Nazi propaganda left life-long mark on German kids

    Anti-Semitic propaganda had a life-long effect on German children schooled during the Nazi period, leaving them far more likely to harbor negative views of Jews than those born earlier and later, according to a study published Monday. The findings...

    To spy or not to spy?

     To spy or not to spy?
    Long before Congress revised the Patriot Act, limiting the feds' access to your and my phone records, I wrestled with the underlying issue: how to balance security concerns and the average Joe and Jill's privacy rights. Though I confronted the thorny...