Ensuring Holocaust memories live beyond survivors
In the foreseeable future, all remaining Holocaust survivors will pass away. How can we cause the war to remain central to Jewish consciousness?
I am a third generation Holocaust survivor. My grandparents were born in Poland and spent the war in hiding and in work camps. Growing up, I remember sitting at my Bubbie’s table (my Zayde passed away when I was young), and hearing stories about “The War.” It always loomed large in my family, and in many ways was the first motivation of my journey to become a rabbi.