New York Lawmakers Push For Minimum Standard Curriculum On Holocaust Education Amid Surge Of Hate CrimesA recent survey found nearly one-fifth of adults under 40 in New York believe Jews caused the Holocaust and nearly a third believe it's a myth.
'We Can't Forget It': New Yorkers Commemorate Millions Of Jewish People Killed During Holocaust On Holocaust Remembrance DayAt the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park, CBS2's Vanessa Murdock followed along as Israeli Consul General Israel Nitzan joined museum president and CEO Jack Kliger for a tour and to pay their respects.
New 'Project Witness' Program Educates NYC Students About The HolocaustThe New York City Council's hate crime prevention initiative is helping fund the program.
Commemorations Mark 75 Years Since Liberation Of Auschwitz Death CampMore than 1.1 million Jewish people were murdered there by Nazi Germany. On this day in 1945, Soviet troops entered the camp and freed 7,000 survivors.
Swastikas Found Spray-Painted At Long Island Holocaust Center In 2nd Vandalism Incident In 2 WeeksThey say graffiti is one thing but this now rises to the level of a felony hate crime.
Holocaust Memorial In Westchester County Vandalized On Eve Of Yom KippurWestchester County Executive George Latimer said anti-Semitic stickers and posters were discovered Tuesday on the Garden of Remembrance in White Plains.
Remains Of Holocaust Victims Solemnly Laid To Rest In Rockland CountyA community gathered Thursday in Rockland County to fulfill the promise to never forget.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Sparks Criticism Over 'Concentration Camps' RemarkThe post by Ocasio-Cortez likening the Mexican border crisis to concentration camps triggered an avalanche of criticism on both sides of the political aisle.
'One Day Then The Cattle Car Comes': New York Hosts Largest Auschwitz U.S. Exhibition To Keep History AliveA groundbreaking exhibition in New York is presenting a collection of original objects from Auschwitz.
Lessons From The Holocaust Brought To Life As Survivors Visit Long Island Fifth GradersSix survivors of the Holocaust visited an elementary school in Glen Cove to speak firsthand about survival, and to make sure their stories are never lost.
Interfaith Panel Gathers In NYC To Commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance DayOne native New Yorker who recently uncovered details of his father's time in Auschwitz took part in an interfaith panel. The event was meant to bring together people of all faiths.
Nearly 20,000 New York City-Area Holocaust Survivors Live In PovertyIt's an unacceptable fact for many and the motivation behind asking for more money from the City Council to help this aging population.
Museum In Brooklyn Shares Stories Of Children Who Survived The HolocaustFriday marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Holocaust Jacket Found At LI Tag Sale Reveals Untold Story Of SurvivorThe discovery of a Holocaust jacket at a tag sale on Long Island has changed a woman's life.
Nearly 70 Years Later Holocaust Survivor Is Reunited With The Woman Who Saved HimNearly seven decades after surviving the Holocaust, Michael Hochberg has been reunited with the woman who rescued him.