Terry Swartzberg, the Munich-based ethical campaigner, has been selected by the World Jewish Congress to take part in its #WeRemember campaign, which is set to be “the world’s largest Holocaust remembrance event”.
Via the social media, #WeRemember will present on January 27, 2019 – the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz – photos of leading Jews, commemorative organizations and religious figures communicating two important messages:
We will never forget any of the victims of the Holocaust. Never. Ever. Not a single one.
We will fight Anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination. They caused the Holocaust – and are on the rise once more today.
In selecting Terry Swartzberg, the WJC cited his “kippa experiment”, in which Terry has been wearing a kippa – as a sign of his espousal of a joyous, unafraid Judaism – on the streets of Germany and Europe for the last six years. Also mentioned was Terry’s work for Gunter Demnig’s Stolpersteine movement, which is the world’s largest project of Holocaust commemoration.
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Headed by president Ronald S. Lauder, the World Jewish Congress is the international organization that represents Jewish communities and organizations in 100 countries around the world. It advocates on their behalf towards governments, parliaments, international organizations and other faiths.