If you went to a Jewish summer camp, you probably think of Tisha B’Av as “Holocaust Movie Day.”
Lanzmann fashioned, as only a true Existentialist could, a series of negative images that together create a positive concept of Jewish survival.
The Holocaust ended less than a century ago — but if we’re not careful, the world will soon forget it ever happened.
French Catholic priest and Holocaust scholar Fr. Patrick Desbois is on a mission to collect testimonies of Yazidi survivors of IS atrocities.
President Trump’s Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day Statement continued the longstanding U.S. tradition of denial.
Long before Art Spiegelman’s “Maus,” artists were using comics to describe the horrors of the Holocaust. But was that kosher?
It was like hearing a Catholic say she wasn’t fond of the Virgin Mary, that she was sick of all her tiresome bragging.
Hollywood royalty encouraged the 700 guests at the Ambassadors for Humanity gala who contributed some $3.5 million for the far-reaching work of the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation.
So, you just won a Pulitzer Prize. Congrats! Your journalism legacy is secured. Unless you left journalism to work in PR, that is.
Every year, congregations read out the names of the 6 million Jews killed during the Holocaust. A theater performance reminds Abigail Pogrebin that survivors aren’t defined by that one experience.