Pa. lawmakers just can’t resist comparing things to the Holocaust & Nazis. It’s time to banish this lazy and offensive rhetoric from our dialogue | Opinion
The Holocaust is not a rhetorical device to be manipulated and deployed against one’s political opponents, and to use it as such is contemptible.
WATCH: State lawmakers commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day
During a busy session day at the state Capitol, lawmakers took time out from legislating to remember the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp and the millions who lost their lives at the hands of the Nazis.
Report: These social media platforms are the best at dispelling antisemitism and Holocaust denial
Known as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the anniversary is honored every year with ceremonies across the globe and educational outreach efforts as the decades past, leaving few survivors to share their stories.
Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021: 5 websites to help educate about the horrors of the Holocaust
For instance, a 2018 survey of 1,350 people age 18 and older found that 11 percent of U.S. adults and 22 percent of millennials had not heard of – or were not sure if they had heard of – the Holocaust.
Pass down a story of unity from generation to generation of COVID-19 | Opinion
As we commemorate Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day – on Tuesday, I keep thinking about the Hebrew phrase, L’dor V’dor. In English, this phrase means “from generation to generation.”
Tree of Life first anniversary: How to teach tough topics to our kids | Opinion
Our schools have an opportunity—and, many say, an obligation—to instill students with the knowledge and skills to develop empathy and wash away hate.
Why it’s more important than ever to teach Holocaust education in our schools | Opinion
By showing that the tragedy of the Holocaust is not only a tragedy in Jewish history but a lesson for everyone, Holocaust education can serve to foster civics and ethics education.
Most of my family was wiped out by the Nazis. There’s no ‘first place’ in persecution | Opinion
By Abby Schrader Six million Jewish men, women and children were killed in the extermination camps of Nazi Germany. They were dehumanized by a government policy that called for the extermination of the untermenshchen—of whom Jews were among the lowliest of the low. But should any group claim the exclusive right of suffering in the […]
We have to challenge injustice and hatred when we see it, or risk a slow slide into genocide | Opinion
Holocaust deniers and eliminationist white nationalists mask themselves as patriots and defenders of freedom.
‘We cannot ignore the threads’ that connect acts of hate, Holocaust survivors, supporters say at Capitol ceremony
Wednesday's remembrance ceremony in the ornate reception room outside Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's office in the Capitol was the 35th annual observance.