The 5th Annual March of Remembrance is Sunday, October 8 from 9:00 to 11:45am (Rain or Shine) at The Commons, located at 1721 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill (across from BethEl Baptist Church) and ends at the Jewish Community Center at 1301 Springdale Road.
Along the 2-mile march (abbreviated 1-mile route available) participants will learn many of the lessons history has taught us about the consequences of hatred and bigotry, pay tribute to many of our local Survivors, and become educated about the Esther Raab Holocaust Museum & Goodwin Education Center.
Following the walk, there will be documentary film screenings of Better Together: Names Not Numbers and The Statement that Revealed the Truth: Josiah DuBois, an American Holocaust Hero beginning at 10:30am.
(Walkers and non-Walkers are also invited to the film screenings.)
Event Co-Chairs: Carol Orwitz and Marc Cohen
Students & Seniors $18, Adults $36
For more information or to volunteer please contact Helen Kirschbaum, Director of the Raab/Goodwin Center, at 856-751-9500 x1249 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can't make it but still want to support Holocaust education? Consider a tribute gift or direct donation to The Raab/Goodwin Center
Better Together: Names Not Numbers
Partially funded by the Raab/Goodwin Center, and created by Kellman Brown Academy 8th grade students. Through this film, students were able to interview 4 local Holocaust Survivors and to ensure their families stories are forever remembered.
The Statement that Revealed the Truth: Josiah DuBois, an American Holocaust Hero
Students from Rosa International Middle School will be showing their video project about Holocaust hero Josiah DuBois who saved thousands of Jews from the horrors of the Holocaust. The project was created for the National History Day competition, where the students placed 2nd nationally.