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The deep roots of antisemitism in the West

2,000 Years of Hatred

The deep roots of antisemitism in the West

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2017 New York Tribute Dinner

New York, NY 6:30 P.M.

2017 Philadelphia Dinner

Philadelphia, PA 6:30 P.M.
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“Everybody was afraid. They were afraid because anybody could expose them, and that meant death to their families. And to us, of course.”

– Rae Goldfarb, Holocaust survivor and Museum volunteer

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Save Their Stories: The Undiscovered Diaries of the Holocaust

Back our Kickstarter campaign to preserve and make publicly available the diaries of Holocaust victims and survivors. With your support, we can learn from their experiences and ensure their voices are not forgotten.

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