“The opposite of love is not hate; it's indifference." Elie Wiesel was a voice of conscience—a force for human rights, interfaith understanding, and, always, hope. On 10/12 at 7 pm ET, join historian Jon Meacham and leading voices in human rights and faith to honor his legacy.

5:38 PM · Oct 8, 2021

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That is one of my favorite sayings. It makes complete sense when you think about it.
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I will never forget his book, "Night." Poignant remembrance.
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Ellie Wiesel’s books are must reads. Many have read “Night”. “All Rivers Run to the Sea” is his complete story.
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What a great man. I will never forget him.
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One of my favorite authors & activists by far. I introduced my daughters to his work, while still in their teens, to help instill empathy/understanding of the all-to-common plight of others beyond their insular world. His grasp of world issues was all encompassing and timeless.
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We could use a man like him now.
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