The guidelines were issued in an attempt to align with a controversial law in Texas that seeks to restrict discussion of race and history in schools.
I had only one argument with my father, but it lasted almost my entire life.
Violins of Hope, restored violins played during the Holocaust, are on display at the Virginia Holocaust Museum in Richmond, Va. The Black Hist…
"It's to show a different aspect of the war, through music," Avshi Weinstein said. "It's something that many people are not really aware [of] how much music was a part of the war, how much the Nazis used it in so many different ways."
City’s cultural treasures need to be highlighted
Amid a recent uptick in antisemitic incidents in Richmond and across the U.S., RTD Opinions asked Samuel Asher, executive director of the Virg…
Holocaust Remembrance Day, also known as Yom HaShoah, is an annual observance to honor the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. For m…
About one in 10 young adults in America think Jewish people caused the Holocaust, and 10% say they don't believe it happened, a survey finds.
Longtime South Jersey educator Doug Cervi will take the helm of the state’s Commission on Holocaust Education.
MARGATE — The Katz Jewish Community Center in partnership with Stockton University held a live simulcast Monday of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz — a ceremony that brought more than 50 world leaders and about 120 Holocaust survivors together at the infamous WWII concentration camp in Poland.
Survivors attend memorial ceremony to mark 75 years since Soviet army liberated Auschwitz concentration camp
“We have a dark premonition because we know.”
Newly digitized copies of audio, film and pictures from the Nuremberg trials detail the breadth and depravity of the Holocaust.
Hate crimes target people, not statistics
Tucked away in a corner of Richmond is North America’s second oldest Holocaust memorial. In 1955, a group of survivors and immigrants who had …
As the charter bus cruised down Monument Avenue, the Holocaust scholars absorbed a lesson in history and memory — and the ties that bind Virgi…
A man named Josef Buzhminski told this story at the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
By Samuel Asher and Karen L. Berman
France paid $60 million total under a 2014 agreement covering deportees and their heirs.