Yom HaShoah Commemoration

Yom HaShoah is also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. "Shoah," which means catastrophe or utter destruction in Hebrew, refers to the atrocities that were committed against the Jewish people during World War II. This is a memorial day for those who died in the Shoah.

26th Annual Yom HaShoah Commemoration

Thursday, April 28, 2016 
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center
Atrium and Forum
Free and open to the public.
 

Our commemoration includes:

Opening Ceremony
9:30 a.m.
Flynn Campus Center Atrium

Calling of Survivor Names & Candle Lighting
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Flynn Campus Center Atrium

Local Holocaust Survivor Testimonies
Flynn Campus Center Forum (3-130)
10 a.m. Lea Malek
11:30 a.m. Henry Silberstern
1 p.m. Sam Rind

I Told You... Now Tell the World Photographic Essay Exhibit
Photos and Vignettes of Local Holocaust Survivors
Flynn Campus Center Atrium
 

In 2010, MCC celebrated its 20th Anniversary Yom HaShoah—bringing together students, alumni, community supporters and Holocaust survivors for a poignant celebration. Following a formal dinner served by MCC Hospitality students, Marcia Sachs Littell, Ph.D., founder, Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, presented Transformation through Holocaust Education: Breaking the Silence. In honor of the 20th anniversary, Dr. Littell also presented her original paper on the topic as a gift to MCC.

History of Yom HaShoah