• Statement on the passing of Sheldon Adelson

    Together with the entire Jewish world, International March of the Living mourns the passing of our dear friend Sheldon Adelson, z’l. A fiercely loyal defender of Israel, Sheldon was a giant among philanthropists, supporting numerous causes dedicated to Holocaust education and remembrance, strengthening the connection of the next generation of

  • Remembering Howard Kleinberg, z”l

    We mourn the loss of Holocaust survivor and March of the Living educator, Howard Kleinberg, z”l, (1926-2020), a well-known and much beloved Auschwitz survivor from Toronto, passed away on December 9, 2020 at 94 years of age. Howard, together with his wife Nancy, attended the March of the Living on

  • MOTL commends the Government of Canada on the recent appointment of Irwin Cotler as Special Envoy on Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combatting Antisemitism in Canada

    Professor Cotler, Chairman of the Raul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, is one of the world’s foremost human rights advocates, and is respected across the globe for his pioneering human rights efforts. Professor Cotler has participated in numerous March of the Living programs, where he spoke to thousands of students

  • March of the Living global interfaith initiative to commemorate Kristallnacht: #LetThereBeLight

    Despite the fact that Kristallnacht, which saw the destruction of thousands of synagogues and Jewish institutions, took place 82 years ago, the world has still not learned the lessons of the past. Attacks on Houses of Worship of all faiths continuously occur, time and time again. This year, the International

  • Let There Be Light: 2020 Kristallnacht Commemoration

    In honor of the 82nd anniversary of Kristallnacht – The Night of Broken Glass, on November 9th, 2020, the International March of the Living aired our 2020 Kristallnacht Commemoration “Let There Be Light”, in partnership with The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience at Rutgers University, and the Jüdischen

  • The March Report: Issue 5 Fall 2020

  • We Are Here: A Celebration of Resilience, Resistance, and Hope

    https://youtu.be/qB1DwkPGcfM Join the International March of the Living and over 100 other museums and cultural institutions around the world for We Are Here: A Celebration of Resilience, Resistance, and Hope on Sunday, June 14 at 2:00 PM ET [or the adapted time for your local time zone]. Featuring award-winning media

  • March of the Living Statement on the death of George Floyd

    The death of George Floyd and the ensuing civil unrest is a reminder of how far we have yet to travel to achieve justice and equality in our society. The dignity of every member of the human family is a central principle of Judaism and one of the core values

  • Remembering Hank Brodt z”l

    We mourn the loss of Holocaust survivor and March of the Living educator, Hank Brodt, z”l, who travelled with our Mid Atlantic Region for many years. In front of the gas chamber in Majdanek…Hank began, “Why was I spared? To tell the story? How long can people tell the story

  • Statement on Never Again Education Act

    International March of the Living applauds the US Senate for unanimously passing the Never Again Education Act promoting Holocaust education in the United States. “We are proud to be among the many supporters of this most important and timely initiative and are grateful to the endorsement of the United Congress in its