NEW YORK (RNS) — How will we as Jews confront hatred when we disagree on so many things? We will work together because our disagreements are how we will make progress.
(RNS) — While the Warsaw Ghetto uprising offers a narrative that has been vibrantly told again and again, mythologized by an American culture that craves happy endings, however feeble they may be, the ghetto’s story also speaks to a different kind of memory: one of lost innocence and mercilessness.
(AP) — The move is just the latest in a series of blows to Suu Kyi’s international reputation, which has plummeted over the Rohingya massacres.
Remember Elie Wiesel? Four months gone, and already spinning in his grave.
(RNS) To escape the flood of poisonous rhetoric, I turned off my TV and shut down my computer, and sought relief by rereading my favorite thinkers: Mark Twain, Mother Teresa, Mohandas Gandhi and Elie Wiesel.
A personal tribute to the leading voice of Holocaust remembrance in the United States.
Our country and our world need another Elie Wiesel. And fast.
(RNS) Leaders from around the world and from different faiths join the Jewish world in mourning the Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and author.
(RNS) He spent 10 years in silence about the Holocaust before he found his voice as the world's most famous advocate for remembering the unthinkable.
WASHINGTON (RNS) During the Days of Remembrance for the Holocaust, the congressman and activist will be honored as “an inspiration to people of conscience the world over.”
NEW YORK (RNS) Jews are hated not because they are bad but because they persist in reminding the world of what it means to be good.
(RNS) He is not a cringing figure out of a Hasidic tale. He is not Tevye the Milkman from Fiddler on the Roof. He is not Woody Allen. He is a Jew straight out of “Inglourious Basterds,” Quentin Tarantino’s fantasy counterhistory of World War II.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Adult survivors of the Holocaust are largely gone, and those who survived as children won't be around much longer. That's why when the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum marks its 20th anniversary Monday, museum officials say it's likely to be one the last large gatherings of survivors.