On #HolocaustRemembranceDay, we remember the liberation of Auschwitz and our responsibility to fight anti-Semitism. We have an obligation to shed light on the evils of the Holocaust and teach the next generation the dangers of anti-Semitism. #NeverAgain

Jan 27, 2022 · 2:21 PM UTC

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Did you forget your dear leader said there were good people on both sides. Hmmmmm…
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But what if parents don't want it taught? Won't teaching actual history stress the children out?
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CAPITAL REGION: “Jobless rate in area among state’s lowest Unemployment rate less than half of what it was two years ago By Rick Karlin The Capital Region’s unemployment rate in December was less than half of what it was in 2020, and it remains one of the lowest in the state”
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Remember, the Holocaust didn’t start with gas chambers in Auschwitz. It started with politicians dividing the people with “us vs them”. It started with intolerance and hate speech. It started when people stopped caring, became desensitized, and turned a blind eye. Remember.
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I had a neighbor, Bernard, #Auschwitz survivor. I’d join the octogenarian for a walk occasionally. He shared horrific accounts of atrocities. One day he leaned in & said “It’s not people from faraway countries who will turn against you, it’s your neighbors” Chilling. #NeverForget
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Why isn’t this a national holiday