South Florida School Principal William Latson, Fired Over Holocaust Comments Goes To State Supreme CourtA Palm Beach County school principal whose comments about the Holocaust spurred a high-profile controversy is challenging his firing at the Florida Supreme Court.
Hate Ends Now: The Holocaust Cattle Car ExperienceIt’s not easy for 95-year-old Tibor Hollo to speak about the most agonizing time of his life when he was locked in a cattle car, ending up at Auschwitz, alone and just 15-years-old.
Pausing To Remember Kristallnacht, 'The Night Of Broken Glass' So Nobody Ever ForgetsMembers of South Florida’s Jewish community observed the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, considered to be the night the Holocaust began.
Florida Rep. Carlos Gimenez Condemns Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's Holocaust CommentsFormer Miami-Dade Mayor and current Florida Rep. Carlos Gimenez has condemned Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s comments in which she equates the House Democrats’ mask mandate to the Holocaust.
South Florida Holocaust Survivor Receives First COVID Vaccination DoseThe race to vaccinate seniors in Florida continues and on Friday morning a South Florida Holocaust survivor received her first dose.
Palm Beach Principal William Latson Fired For Second Time Over Holocaust CommentsA Palm Beach high school principal who was fired for comments he made regarding the Holocaust, who was then reinstated, has been fired again.
Fired Over Holocaust Comment, Palm Beach Principal William Latson Has Been RehiredWilliam Latson, who was fired as Spanish River High School's principal last year over telling a student's mother that "not everyone believes the Holocaust happened," has his job back.
Palm Beach Principal William Latson Fired Over Holocaust Comment Might Get His Job BackPalm Beach public schools Superintendent Donald Fennoy has recommended to the school board that they rehire former Spanish River High School Principal William Latson who was fired last year over a comment he made about the Holocaust.
Composer Meets With Holocaust Survivor In Miami To Keep Legacy Of Death Camp Music AliveDuring the Holocaust, many victims in the Nazi death camps spent some of their time composing music. There are thousands of pieces of music, and one maestro is bringing that art to life.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Holds Holocaust Remembrance Day EventIt’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, making the 75th year since the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated.
Student-Produced Holocaust Documentary ‘Names, Not Numbers’ Premieres At Miami Jewish Film FestivalThe enduring lessons of the Holocaust are now being told in a way like never before.
Former Boca Raton's Spanish River Principal Fired Over Holocaust CommentsA former high school principal in Boca Raton was fired on Wednesday as a result of emails he sent to a student's parent in April 2018 that appeared to cast doubt on the historical truth of the Holocaust.
South Florida Holocaust Survivor Marks 100th BirthdayA South Florida Holocaust survivor continues to defy the odds.
Goodman Jewish Family Services Continues To Spread Holiday Cheer Before Jewish New YearA special time calls for a special visit Holocaust survivors were surprised with gifts a few days before the Jewish new year.
Miami Holocaust Survivor Urges Congress To Allow Lawsuits Against European Insurance CompaniesMiami resident and Holocaust survivor David Mermelstein gave emotional testimony to the Senate judiciary committee, calling on the US Senate to pass legislation that would help others like him collect the insurance claims of their relatives murdered by the Nazis.