The Holocaust, the greatest tragedy of our
modern world, must never be forgotten.
The Zachor Holocaust Remembrance Foundation
The souls of our dear departed ones, all six million of them,
are crying out to the world in a single word: "ZACHOR."
ZACHOR means REMEMBER.
And as we remember, we must also educate others,
so that the lessons of the Holocaust will inspire future generations
to recognize, combat, and ultimately extinguish the hatred that breeds genocide.
Words From Our Founder:
Over 200,000 ZACHOR Pins Have Been Distributed.
Founder and Survivor, Ben Lesser, has made it his life-long mission to provide every Holocaust speaker, Survivor and educator with a small memento to give out to their audiences as a tangible reminder of what they have heard and learned – a golden pin with the Hebrew letters of the word “ZACHOR.” Read more about ZACHOR Pins here.
Many Survivors dedicated their lives in preserving the memory of the Holocaust. Many travel throughout the world telling their journey of survival at schools, synagogues, churches and anyone who listens. We are all aging and some of us are in poor health, and that is why we are asking for your help NOW. Learn more about how you can help here.
Do you want to be part of something powerful? Here’s your chance.
To ensure the world will NEVER FORGET, we invite you to participate in an online movement where millions of silenced voices can now be heard through you. I-SHOUT-OUT, is for anyone who wants to speak out against intolerance, injustice, racism, or bullying.
By uniting together we can stop the world from acquiring amnesia. Take a stand and SHOUT-OUT for what you believe in and help us reach our goal of six million SHOUT-OUT’s to speak for the six million souls who where silenced and become part of something powerful.
Living a Life that Matters
An unforgettable story of courage, determination and achievement! Available in audiobook, e-book, paperback and hard cover.
What is Ben Lesser doing now? Please visit Ben Lesser’s official blog where he recounts memories from his past and shares how he lives a life that matters today. Click here.
The Holocaust is the greatest tragedy in history. Below is a list of chronological events leading up to, during and post WWII affecting all across the globe. Content courtesy of the Jewish Memorial, Yad Vashem: www.yadvashem.org, www.history.com, and www.wikipedia.com.
Download your personal copy of our Holocaust Timetable here!
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Students from Clark Jr. High and Huddleston Intermediate schools have the opportunity to reinforce what they are learning about the Holocaust when they hear from survivor Ben Lesser, who will be in Princeton Monday, April 24th during National Holocaust Remembrance Day. Mr. Lesser will share his surv...
The #MarchoftheLiving takes place on April 24, the same day as National #HolocaustRemembranceDay. In 2010, Ben participated in the Polish portion of the event -- a march of 200+ people from Auschwitz to Birkenau. He's got a post coming out soon about his experience, but in the meantime, we want to share info about this special, unifying and educational event that takes place to honor the lives lost because of hate and helps to make sure other generations #neverforget ... See MoreSee Less
28 Marches 250000 Participants 52 Countries WATCH THE MARCH LIVE The International March of the Living is an annual educational program, which brings individuals from all over the world to Poland and Israel, in order to study the history of the Holocaust and to examine the roots