Sometimes there are stories that just need to be told. This is one of those situations.
I just finished filming a 2+ hour talk from a Holocaust survivor that was transferred to 6 different concentration camps from 1941-1945. Immigrating here in 1976 from Russia he spoke of long, hard, labor and mostly very little to eat.
Look for a short segment to be posted soon if I am allowed, some of the info is personal and emotional. I thank them for letting me document it.
One thing I will add (and he stressed) is that young people today need to be aware of what the Holocaust was and why it is important to never forget. If you know a young person, student, or even adult who does not know or fully understand what happened, please educate them on the power of hate and of human rights, relating to that era and how it still impacts us today.