Sunday, May 01, 2022 2:00p -

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At a Crossroads: Preserving the Truth

Virtual Community Holocaust Commemoration of Yom HaShoah

We live in a time when there are many who distort the facts of the Holocaust. Survivors have fought these distortions by preserving the truth of their lived experiences. This year, we will hear from community leaders throughout Greater Boston and local Holocaust survivor Frieda Grayzel who will share her story with the winners of this year’s Israel Arbeiter Essay Contest.

The event will feature: Holocaust Survivor Frieda Grayzel, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, Rick Mann, Ambassador Meron Reuben, Consul General of Israel to New England, Nicole Menzenbach, Consul General of Germany to New England, Dachau concentration camp liberator Colonel Cranston "Chan" Rogers, Reverend Nancy Taylor, and the winners of the Israel Arbeiter (z"l) Holocaust Essay Contest.

Cosponsored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies, the American Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Descendants of Greater Boston, Facing History and Ourselves, Boston 3G, Jewish Family and Children's Service, United Way, the Consulate General of Israel to New England, Consulate General of Germany to the New England States, The New England Friends of March of the Living

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