Holocaust Remembrance

April 17, 2018

Holocaust Remembrance

With time, memories fade and we are prone to repeat the mistakes and evils of the past.  Let us take a stand and refuse to forget the atrocities of genocide.  Let us NOT forget the atrocities of the past, lest we are tempted to repeat them.


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