Philadelphia was one of the first American cities to conduct a public ceremony and to erect a monument in memory of the 6 million Jews who perished in the Shoah. And on Sunday, April 15th, more than 500 people from across the Philadelphia region gathered to remember and to say in one collective voice: “Never Forget. Never Again.” Dozens of local youth from both the Jewish Committee on Scouting and local area high schools joined the crowd to honor the many local Holocaust survivors and to hear stories from the tragedy.
Holocaust Memorial Ceremony
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