Carmen Lopez-Alvarenga

Carmen Lopez-Alvarenga

More than a Remembrance It is an honor to witness this event, cross paths with this organization, and a privilege to hear stories from survivors of history’s darkest hour. I know this is a solemn event, but the cherished presence of the survivors transformed it...
Carmen Lopez-Alvarenga

Sara Noemi Martinez

The Holocaust is a very important event in history that should be remembered. It is emphasized in history through our education, but to see it remembered outside of school through a march is quite beautiful. What makes this march special, in my opinion, is how it is...

Jasmine Infante, University of St. Thomas

My name is Jasmine Infante and I am a student at the University of St. Thomas majoring in communication and minoring in marketing. I wanted to give a huge thank you to the Holocaust Remembrance Association for the scholarship I have received. I was told about this...
Benjamin Galindo, Houston Baptist University

Benjamin Galindo, Houston Baptist University

It is unfortunate that the March of Remembrance events were cancelled because of the current times. Fortunately, the Holocaust Remembrance Association was quick to adapt and produced what was a joy to watch, Hope in the Face of Total Loss. Listening to Alex Pollak’s...
Austin Mitchell, University of Houston

Austin Mitchell, University of Houston

The Shoah, White Supremacy, and Particularist Ethics “This march is about encouraging all of you to pass it on to your families and your friends, to rise up and not be bystanders. Is that okay?” March of Remembrance director Rozalie Jerome, and the applause following...
Luis Cardenas, Lone Star College

Luis Cardenas, Lone Star College

Luis C CardenasHistory 1302Holocaust Remembrance Leizer & Horowits ScholarshipsDr./ Professor Schimmel The privilege to have been able to see Holocaust survivors, German Nazis descendants reconcile is history in the making itself. Seeing this unfold was...