Recording of event is available here:
October 28, 2020
Renee Fink was born in the Netherlands two years before the start of World War II. At the age of four, she was taken from her home to a Catholic family she had never met. Renee remained there until the war ended in 1945. She never saw her birth parents again. They were betrayed and died in a concentration camp. Renee came to the United States in 1948.
Past events from 2020:
Over 300 individuals from all over the world (both coasts of the US, the UK, Canada, India, and so many more locations) came together to raise their voices up against mass atrocity for this virtual name reading.
The 24 hours worth of pre-recorded videos is now available on the new Duke Coalition for Preserving Memory (CPM) YouTube channel.
Also available, recording of CLOSING CEREMONY chat
with Hayley Childress of The Apptivist: An App for Activism
(program starts at 6:13) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F4yaGVGck7QaGlu3njVG6ScVuFIZRrSj/view?usp=sharing
Links to learn more about Hayley's project:
December 3,2020 3:30 – 5:30pm
Join on Zoom to learn about the importance of stories of the Holocaust.
Explore how we honor and preserve the stories and memories of another’s lived experiences
from the Holocaust. The program will also offer sessions with resources for teaching the
Holocaust in K-12 classrooms. CEU offered.
Register today: https://worldview.unc.edu/programs/stories-from-the-holocaust/