Survivors Unite to Deliver Message on Holocaust Remembrance

Holocaust survivors across the world have united to deliver a message on the dangers of unchecked hate and the importance of remembrance at a time of rising global antisemitism.

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In this May 26, 1946, photo, Ginger Lane, bottom right, and her siblings arrive in New York City as Holocaust survivors who were hidden in a fruit orchard near Berlin by non-Jews. Their mother was killed at the death camp at Auschwitz. Lane has since made it her lifelong mission to educate others of this painful past. (Courtesy Ginger Lane via AP)
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NEW YORK (AP) — Holocaust survivors across the world have united to deliver a message on the dangers of unchecked hate and the importance of remembrance at a time of rising global antisemitism. In a video released Thursday to mark Yom HaShoah — Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day — 100 Holocaust survivors asked people to stand with them and remember the Nazi genocide to avoid repeating the horrors of the past. The 100 Words project video…

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