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    Meet Mira Rosenblatt: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story

    Meet Mira Rosenblatt. She is a mother, grandmother, and a great-grandmother. She is a New Yorker, and a Polish native. She is also a Jewish Holocaust survivor. Mira Rosenblatt’s childhood was like any other Jewish child. She was raised by a Polish mother and father, and had three brothers and two sisters. She was taught how to help her parents work in a store, how to speak Yiddish, Polish, Hebrew, and German, and that being Jewish was a birthright, not a lifestyle. The Rosenblatt family lived in a 39 brick-tenant building, built by Mira’s grandfather, in a densely populated Jewish neighborhood. Every day Mira would get up at 5 o’clock…

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    Holocaust Remembrance Day: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi remembers

    This past January, the World Jewish Congress announced to the world their newest project: the #WeRemember campaign. The campaign is designed to pay homage to the Holocaust; the genocide that claimed the lives of six million Jewish men, women and children. As per their values, proudly partnering with them was the Jewish sorority at QC, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. In a YouTube video with a thousand views, World Jewish Congress explained how the campaign came to fruition. In an essential effort to keep the history alive, and to pass it down to future generations, organizations such as WJC are rushing to record as many first-hand testimonies as possible. “85 years…