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The Renewal and Remembrance of Spring

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Because of Addison’s act of remembrance, Ella’s family members were given holy space.

The Imprints We Leave Behind: Honoring the Father I Never Met

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My father died on Feb. 11, 1962, and I was born nine months later.

Bracing for the Week of Death

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I tell you this to break your heart; by which I mean only that it break open and never close again to the rest of the world. – From...

Women’s March D.C.: Here for one another

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Sunday I boarded a plane back to LA after walking with my daughter Rebecca, 22, at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

In this week of Thanksgiving

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Today I write to reflect on my joint announcement with LAMOTH that I am leaving the Museum and returning to Remember Us where I...

People of the Story… or the Study?

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Tonight is mid-stream Chanukah and Thanksgiving is behind us. In the end, I'm not sure the confluence of the two birthed any physical or...

Carrying The Torch | Guest Blog Post by Ashley Gleitman Waterman

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“Man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he...

The Power of We

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The world needs to RSVP the power of one—plus one. Even Sir Richard Branson has acknowledged that the success of his Virgin brand comes...

Yahrtzeits and Yom HaShoah

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My father Sam’s Yahrtzeit falls between January 27th, the International Holocaust Memorial Day adopted by The United Nations in 2005, and Yom HaShoah, the...

About

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Samara Hutman is Executive Director of Remember Us: The Holocaust Bnai Mitzvah and Righteous Conversations Projects. Her work in Holocaust remembrance and education began...
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