• Alumni Spotlight: Marlene Goldstein (’16, ’18, ’19), HMTC Adults, USA

    Marlene Goldstein (HMTC Adults ‘16, ‘18, ’19), Author During this holy period of the Yamim Noraim, leading up to Yom Kippur, this week, we are proud to feature Marlene Goldstein (’16, ’18, ’19), alumna from the The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County (HMTC) Adults group, whose experience on the March of the […]

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  • Survivor Speaker Series: Mala Tribich, MBE, United Kingdom

    Join us for our inaugural “When you listen to a witness, you become a witness” Survivor Speaker Series, featuring Mala Tribich, MBE, from the United Kingdom. Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:00PM EDT Find your local time by clicking here. REGISTER Mala’s story is one of incredible strength, sadness and resilience. Born in 1930 in Piotrkow, Poland, […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Eli Jonah Karls (’17), Montreal, Canada

    Eli Jonah Karls (Montreal ’17), Global Change Maker This week we are proud to feature Eli Jonah Karls (’17), alumnus from March of the Living Montreal, whose experience on the March of the Living served as the catalyst for his entire life’s purpose, and has transformed him into a social media influencer, impacting thousands of […]

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  • Fireside Chat with Rabbi Israel Meir Lau

    Click here or on the video player below to watch the recording of International March of the Living’s inaugural Fireside Chat featuring renowned Holocaust Survivor Rav Israel Meir Lau, Former Chief Rabbi of Israel and Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv-Yafo.  https://youtu.be/WwDd5Z-Ibtc Rabbi Lau has participated in every March of the Living since its inception in 1988. […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Maayan Shapurkar (’17), India

    Maayan Shapurkar (India ’17), Jewish Young Adult Engagement Professional This week we are proud to feature Maayan Shapurkar (’17), an alumna who traveled with a delegation from India with March of the Living UK, whose experience on the March of the Living has inspired her to elevate Holocaust awareness and commemoration amongst the Jewish community […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Josh Ahdoot (’09), Los Angeles, USA

    Josh Ahdoot (BJE Los Angeles ’09), Entrepreneur This week we are proud to feature Josh Ahdoot (’09), alumnus from BJE Los Angeles, who, inspired by his March of the Living experience, strives to create safe spaces for inter-community dialogue. Gas chambers, mass grave sites, bloody dolls and a toddler’s abandoned shoe are just some of […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Brian Frojmowicz (’18), Argentina

    HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA LEER EN ESPAÑOL Brian Frojmowicz, Argentina ’18 (Martin Buber School), Student Activist This week we are proud to feature Brian Frojmowicz (’18), alumnus from Marcha de la Vida Argentina, Martin Buber School. Inspired by his experience on March of the Living, in which he was followed by public television documenting his […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Gábor Gordon (’03-‘20), Hungary

    CLICK HERE TO READ IN HUNGARIAN Gábor Gordon (MOTL ’03-‘20), Founder, March of the Living Hungary This week we are proud to feature Gábor Gordon (MOTL ’03-‘20), who was so inspired by his March experience that he founded the March of the Living organization in Hungary, Az Élet Menete. I am a born and raised […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Dana Arschin Kraslow (’18), New York, USA

    Dana Arschin Kraslow (MOTL ’18), Reporter, Fox 5 News New York, USA This week we are proud to feature Dana Arschin, ’18 alumna from the Sinai Temple Young Adult group. Inspired by her experience on the March of the Living, Dana, a reporter for Fox 5 News in New York, went on to document and […]

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Julia Sussman (’13 & ’17), Australia

    Julia Sussman, Australia Youth ’13, Staff ’17, Founder, Youth HEAR This week we are proud to feature Julia Sussman (’13, Staff ’17), alumna from March of the Living Australia. Inspired by her experience on the March of the Living Julia went on to found and direct Youth HEAR (Holocaust Education and Remembrance), an organization dedicated […]

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