When:
April 23, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – April 30, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
2017-04-23T19:00:00-06:00
2017-04-30T18:00:00-06:00
Where:
Greeley, Colorado
Contact:
Holocaust Memorial Observances of Greeley & Northern Colorado Committee
970-351-2905

April 23-30, 2017, Holocaust Memorial Observances of Greeley and Northern Colorado will hold ‘Voices from the Holocaust: From Terror to Hope,’ a week of events taking places at venues in Greeley, Evans, Kersey, and Eaton. The annual observance goals are to educate members of our community about the Holocaust and to motivate confronting racism, bigotry, hatred, and intolerance in our current era. Some of the events include:

Click here for the full schedule of events. (All film screenings will be followed by discussion. Films may contain content that is not suitable for children.)

Voices From the Holocaust

“The Holocaust Memorial Observances remind our community that anti-Semitism wiped out an entire generation of human beings and their rich and vibrant heritage throughout Europe. Millions of by-standers watched as hatred initiated by the Holocaust grew and flourished – and the few who were rescuers were too few in number to save the innocent masses. Evidence shows that where population resisted the demonic actions of the NAZIs that Jews survived in far greater proportion than in areas where the population did not oppose or resist. Today, we need, as then, as few by-standers as possible, whenever hatred and prejudice raise their ugly heads in our community. And they do raise their heads here, unfortunately, in the form of anti-Semitism, race hatred, denigration of linguistic differences, and the like. The programs generated during the memorial observance week have, in past years, drawn numerous people from our community and some outlying areas. It is the hope of the Holocaust Memorial Observances Committee of Greeley & Northern Colorado that the values these programs instill across the age spectrum, diverse religious groups, and the general cultural mosaic of our community give members of our community the courage, where it might otherwise be lacking, to counteract hate, bigotry, and prejudice whenever and wherever they encounter it.”

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