JFCS HOLOCAUST CENTER: INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY 2022

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Every January 27th, we commemorate the 1945 liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau as International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Today, the JFCS Holocaust Center will host an event that will bring together more than 70 diplomats, representing 27 countries to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We will recognize the horrific antIsemitic attack on Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, and how we as civic leaders must take responsibility to confront hate and antisemitism. Leon, a Holocaust survivor who has educated the community on his experiences during the Holocaust for decades, will inspire all with his words of wisdom.

It is more important than ever that we reaffirm our commitment to learn, teach, and invest in our youth. Inspiring students with lessons of the past to be morally courageous and socially responsible continues to be our priority. This week, the JFCS Holocaust Center brought survivor testimony to more than 1,300 individuals across the globe. Our greatest educators are our survivors, and upholding their legacy through education is our strongest tool in confronting antisemitism, racism, and hate.

We hope one of our educational opportunities below will inspire you to honor this day with us.

Sincerely,

Morgan Blum Schneider
Director, JFCS Holocaust Center

Virtual Event with Testimony from Herb
January 27th
1:30pm (PST)/4:30pm (EST)

Herb, Holocaust survivor and member of the JFCS William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau, will share his incredible story of survival and being an upstander with the community today online. Manny’s in San Francisco will host this special event dedicated to Holocaust remembrance.

Register to hear Herb today

Confronting Antisemitism

Now more than ever is the time to fight back against hate and antisemitism.

Register for an upcoming workshop with the JFCS Holocaust Center today.

The Ritchie Boys: Honoring the Immigrants Who Helped Win World War II
January 27th
5:00pm (PST)

Learn about the heroes who changed the face of history.

Help Ensure the Future of Holocaust Education
Donate now

Questions? Contact HolocaustCenter@jfcs.org.

The JFCS Holocaust Center is funded through the generous support of individuals, foundation grants, and program fees. See our funders http://www.jfcsholocaustcenter.org

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2245 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Posted on January 27, 2022, in 2022, 5782, January, Ram's Horn, Shevat. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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