Coronavirus may limit your movement and luxuries, but only a bit. Those in prison don’t even have the freedom to socially distance.
“It will be harder for you to be in prison than it was for me to be in a concentration camp.”
The difficulties that elderly people face in prison are uniquely dangerous.
“Never again” and “Never forget” are meaningless phrases if we acknowledge them only once a year, without examining present-day hatred and violence.
In 2010, Evie Litwok — the daughter of a Holocaust survivor — was sentenced to prison. In solitary confinement, remembrances of her faith allowed her to become a survivor too.