Common memory refers to works that are a factual retelling and more importantly, leave the reader undisturbed by the work. On the other hand, deep memory leaves an impression and affects the reader in some capacity. One of the challenges that a Holocaust survivor faces when writing about their experiences is invoking this deep memory. Ethel Sternberg referred as storing. Wiesel being a victim of the Holocaust, speaks out against the issue of indifference and at the end of his speech, provides a resolution to this issue. He is a Jewish man whose family, including himself, suffered a lot from the Holocaust.
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Yet this is exactly what a group of us did on April 7 at the Crossroads of Civilizations Museum in Dubai. The location in the historical Shindagha neighborhood, which boasts the unchanged original architecture of the homes of the sheikhs, was special. The guest list, including dignitaries, intellectuals and people from all around the world, underscored the official nature of the event, which was full of historic firsts. Among these was the Yellow Candle Project, the lighting of candles to commemorate specific victims who perished in the Nazi genocide. But beneath the surface lay something even more important—the expressions of diversity, multiculturalism unity and tolerance that characterized the ceremony.
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In the seventh grade, Emma Wilson researched the name of a Holocaust victim, Agnes Ringwald, for a class project. She tacked the name of the 8-year-old girl to a corkboard in her room. Five years later as a Daphne High School senior, Wilson read a composition dedicated to the girl at a Holocaust Remembrance gathering at Ahavas Chesed synagogue in Mobile.
Yom Hashoah is an internationally recognized day of remembrance and is a time when caring people from around the world, Jew and non-Jew alike, join together as a reminder to protest genocide in any form. Since its inception, Temple Shalom has commemorated Yom Hashoah, starting as a small gathering at the lake behind La Hacienda Recreation Center and moving to bigger venues as the number of attendees has grown. For the past five years, up to 1, people have attended the service in person at St. Heinz Jaffe.