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Zikaron BaSalon/Bringing Testimony Home

Hosted By: USC Shoah Foundation

Over the last decade, more than 1.5 million people have gathered on or near Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) in living rooms around the world to hear and engage with the stories of Holocaust survivors through Zikaron BaSalon (Living Room Remembrances), a grassroots initiative started in Israel.

USC Shoah Foundation and Zikaron BaSalon will be partnering for the first time to offer kits for people to host their own in-person or virtual gatherings built around curated and edited testimonies from our Visual History Archive, along with discussion prompts and hosting tips.

At this launch event, learn about this new and exciting partnership between two premiere organizations dedicated to engaging our communities in preserving the memory of the Holocaust for future generations.

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USC Shoah Foundation

Founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg following the production of Schindler's List, USC Shoah Foundation's mission is to develop empathy, understanding and respect through testimony. Our Visual History Archive® preserves in perpetuity testimonies from 65 countries, in 43 languages, and is housed at the University of Southern California. Through our research, educational, and community outreach programs, the Institute harnesses the power of its archive of personal testimonies from witnesses to genocide in order to do our part to build a better world.
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