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A Re-Evaluation of Holocaust Commemorations: The 10 Lessons That We Should Have Learned

Lawyer and writer
I suggest it is time for a re-evaluation of Holocaust Commemorations, Museums, and Education. We must re-consider what is the message we are trying to give, and re-consider the objective of our Holocaust teaching resources and the objective of our museums, ceremonies and other commemorations of the Holocaust. 

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Howard Rotberg

Howard Rotberg is a Canadian lawyer who authored the novel, The Second Catastrophe: A Novel about a Book and its Author (Mantua Books- Canada only), and the book of essays, Second Generation Radical: The Struggle against the Second Holocaust. He also develops... (Read next)

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