Our Chicago office observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day by hearing directly from a speaker who provided insight, history and more.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Auschwitz in pictures "1.1 million people murdered with poisonous gas, starvation, exhaustion, disease, individual executions or beatings, and as a consequence of medical experiments."
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day — a day on which it's worth taking some time to actually understand what happened during the Nazi slaughter. Read these searing quotes from an Auschwitz survivor's essay on life in the camp:
Read The Prince of Wales's speech delivered today at the World Holocaust Forum to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz and International Holocaust Remembrance Day ⬇️ @yadvashem #WHF2020JLM
Chelsea have become the first sports team in the world to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's working definition of antisemitism.
The brutality of the Holocaust was a crime against humanity. On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we hold in our hearts the memory of every man, woman, and child who was abused, tortured, or murdered. The President's message on this day: