Gidon's Story Matters
Because 1 in 20 Europeans Don't Know About The Holocaust
Every conflict, border or policy dispute worldwide affects children. The wounds and trauma are handed down for generations.
When we think of the children of the Terezin and other Nazi concentration camps, we must also think of the children of Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, of North Africa, in Central and South America, and pressingly, the children separated from their parents at the US border.
The Jewish children under the Third Reich were for the most part, "exterminated" but the lasting impact of childhood trauma anywhere in the world, whatever the outcome, is a tragedy that we cannot countenance. Please help.