Tipping Point Podcast

Episode 67 - Preserving the Past to Fix the Future

- April 11, 2018

As we mark Holocaust Remembrance Day, Tipping Point sat down with senior researchers at Yad Vashem for a glimpse at the daunting task of keeping the memories of each victim alive.

Also on this episode: What are the roots of “The Polish Law?” Is anti-Semitism making a comeback in Europe? Was the Holocaust uniquely Jewish or is there a universal lesson to be learned? Where do the massacres in Syria fit in to the equation?

Guests on this episode: Dr. Robert Rozett, director of the Libraries at Yad Vashem, Dr. Naama Shik, director of the International School for Holocaust Studies’ E-Learning Dept. & Dana Porath, director of Yad Vashem’s Digital Dept.


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