April 8, 2021, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
As young adults, we have the critical responsibility of working together to remember the Holocaust. We have a limited time to hear survivors’ stories first-hand, so it’s important that we talk about how we plan to pass down these stories, preserve these legacies, and share these lessons with generations to come.
In addition to discussing our Jewish identities and the ways in which they’re tied to the Holocaust, we’ll hear from a few third-generation survivors – including Rabbi Aaron Starr – about their families’ stories and the ways they continue to pass them down. We’ll also talk about traditional and more innovative ways to honor this day, using supplies kindly provided by the Holocaust Memorial Center.
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