Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HoShoah). On the Special Collections blog you can read a thoughtful essay by Nancy Hardy about Yom HaShoah and a few of the Holocaust stories found in the archives of UNLV University Libraries’ Special Collections. Click here to read: https://www.library.unlv.edu/whats_new_in_special_collection
Also, on May 1, the local commemoration was held at Temple Sinai. The keynote speaker at the commemoration was Dr. Bjorn Krondorfer, Director, Martin-Springer Institute, Endowed Professor of Comparative Religious Studies (Department of Comparative Cultural Studies) Northern Arizona University.
Esther Finder explained, “Dr. Krondorfer, a German native, shared with the audience his experiences as a man of conscience who happened to be a child of perpetrators.” Esther is the president and founder of Generations of the Shoah.