Project Witness Women of Valor
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Project Witness, a nonprofit Holocaust resource center, merges judicious scholarship with cutting-edge media to provide thought-provoking Holocaust educational resources for schools, community centers, and lay readers.
Project Witness offers groundbreaking resources for Holocaust education while remaining deeply committed to its unique mission of exploring the spiritual, ethical, and intellectual responses of Holocaust survivors and victims. By focusing on the character, identity, and faith of survivors and victims alike, Project Witness serves to ensure that their legacy guides us and future generations toward a more hopeful future.

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The Liberation of Auschwitz As Reported In The New York Times
The Liberation of Auschwitz As Reported In The New York Times
ON JANUARY 27, 1945, Soviet troops liberated the Auschwitz camp complex. The majority of the read more
The Winners of the National Competition Commemorating Reich's Program Night
The Winners of the National Competition Commemorating Reich's Program Night
Thank you to Mrs. Ruchama Garelik and the Walder Education Center for partnering with Project read more
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