August 2nd is the Day of Remembrance of the Extermination of the Roma and Sinti. This day marks the anniversary of the liquidation of the Zigeunerfamilienlager (“Gypsy Family Camp”) of Auschwitz II-Birkenau, during which almost 3,000 Roma children and adults were killed in gas chambers. Sinti and Roma were targeted by the Nazis because they… Read more »

Detroit Unspun featured a great write-up about the Memory Project exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Check out what they wrote, and if you are in the area before August 16th, visit our exhibit! Memory Project – Detroit Unspun    

Roz asked Momma J to reflect on the importance on Mother’s Day. She shared some beautiful thoughts about love and loss, on the time she had with her mother, and on being a mother herself. Watch the video:  

“Create hope every chance you get.” That was the message of Alain-Eugene Kayiranga, who was 3 years old when his parents were murdered in Rwanda, Alain grew up believing that if you were Tutsi you were destined to die. He had no hope. So his message, last weekend at the commemoration of the 21st anniversary… Read more »