Holocaust Survivor On Balancing Free Speech With Hate Speech: ‘We Have To Have Limitations’White nationalist Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida is an example of that fragile balance.
Holocaust Survivor: Racism In America ‘Getting Worse’A South Florida man who survived the Holocaust is reflecting on the events from Charlottesville, Virginia.
Amid US Racial Divisions, Auschwitz Memorial Issues WarningHolocaust memorial site Auschwitz-Birkenau is weighing in on President Donald Trump's response to anti-Semitic and racially charged hatred.
Poland Moves To Extradite US Man They Say Was Nazi CommanderSpecial prosecutors in Poland are taking steps to extradite a U.S. man they accuse of participating in the Holocaust. 
Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Story To The Next GenerationNorman Frajman was just 14-years-old when he wore a striped jacket and today, more than 70 years later, he is still sharing his devastating story of survival with dozens of Broward County students.
Relative Shares Family’s Story On Holocaust Remembrance Day: ‘This Is Their History’For relatives of victims and survivors, piecing together their loved one’s journey can be difficult. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is trying to help.
Hundreds Gather In Prayer & Song For Holocaust Remembrance DayThe 2017 Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration and Interfaith Community Gathering was held at Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach after rain forced the event to reschedule.
'I Made A Mistake': Sean Spicer On Comparing Assad To Hitler The White House Press secretary serves as a messenger between the president and the American people. Part of the job is to clean up after any missteps his boss makes, but Sean Spicer is scrambling to clean up a mess of his own after making shocking comments about the Holocaust.
Acceptance, Tolerance & Diversity Are Focus Of Student Driven Holocaust ProductionSouth Florida high school students write, produce and perform an original play with a strong subject: the Holocaust.
Court Issues Arrest Warrant For U.S. Man Wanted In Nazi MassacreA court in Poland issued an arrest warrant for a Minnesota man wanted in connection to Nazi massacres - getting one step closer to extraditing him from the United States on war crime charges.
Poland Confirms 98-Year-Old Minnesota Man As Nazi Commander Poland plans to arrest and extradite a Minnesota man after confirming he was a Nazi commander suspected of ordering the deaths of 44 people during World War II, a prosecutor said Monday.
Holocaust Survivor Relates His Story To Syria's Refugee CrisisThe six-year Syrian civil war has created the largest exodus of refugees since World War II, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that some of the loudest voices demanding their protection belong to Holocaust survivors.

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