• Alumni Q&A: Donna Dambrot, HTMC Long Island, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, Friends of MOTL What was the most memorable moment of your experience? The March itself and the presentations in Birkrnau were touching, empowering and beautiful.

  • Alumni Q&A: Connie Strassberg, HTMC Long Island, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County; and International Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Seeing a sea of blue shirts and Israeli flags march through

  • Alumni Reflection: Rachel Greenwald, HTMC Long Island, 2016

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County Year(s) attended: 2016 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Walking and talking with people from all over the world sharing this common

  • Alumni Reflection: Laura Novich, Haifa University, 1990

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? Haifa University Overseas Students Year(s) attended: 1990 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Each camp was a different experience.  As a young adult, the most impressive experience was looking at

  • Alumni Q&A: Stephanie Tock, USA, 1992

    What is the name of the March of the Living Delegation / Group that you traveled with? USA Year(s) attended: 1992 What was the most memorable moment of your experience? Walking through the gates of Auschwitz and feeling I wish I could do more. What impact did Poland have on

  • Reflections on Elie Wiesel, by Eynat Tabakman Katz

    Elie Wiesel is the conscience that is missing in this world! In the camps, he was only a number to the Germans and SS officers – a man known to just a few. After liberation, through the numerous books he authored, talks he gave and his tireless humanitarian efforts around

  • Alumni reflection: Liz Pearl, Canada, 2014

    Nothing Makes Sense ‒‛Never Again’ Excerpts from My Journal from MOL 2014 Liz Pearl   Water: Rain and Tears The day after we arrive in Poland is Shabbat and we take a guided walking tour through the streets of Warsaw in the rain. At some point the rain changes from

  • Alumni Reflection: Anita Bloom, 2016

    One of the most memorable instances that will be seared into my memory was a time when there were no speeches, no songs, just silence. It was the day we walked through a beautiful forest, tall trees with glowing sunshine. The day was warm and nature was at its best.

  • Alumni Reflection: Felicia Schneberg, 2016

    The holocaust, with all it’s death and destruction, has been a part of my life since my dad, a survivor, told me stories of his experiences when I was growing up. Then in 1986, when he was dying of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, and I was pregnant with his first grandchild, he