NEW YORK (VINnews) — As we finished commemorating Yom HaShoa, The Definitive Rap paid tribute to the more than 6 million holy souls who were murdered during the Holocaust.
Those who are not related to Holocaust survivors may not realize that the atrocities, in fact continued, and is continuing to this very day. Children of Holocaust survivors are still carrying the pain of what their parents and grandparents endured. In fact, experts are saying that even third generation Holocaust survivors are also still suffering.
We had the privilege of meeting Deborah Levison, a child of Holocaust survivors who turned her pain into becoming an award-winning journalist. During the interview she eloquently tells the story of her parent’s ordeals, not just of the brutal dark days of the Holocaust, but also present day. We discussed her debut multiple award-winning book The Crate: A Story of War, a Murder, and Justice, the true crime story that happened in her family with echoes of the genocidal horror of the Holocaust, and the strive for justice.
In talking about the Holocaust, Deborah explained how she felt different from her peers growing up, and how she learned about the Holocaust from her parents, and what they endured, and how they survived. She explained how her parents’ experiences in the Holocaust influenced her life.
The Holocaust cannot and should not ever be forgotten. The memories of the more than six million holy souls must always be kept alive. Never again will the Holocaust ever happen. Never again!
Baila Sebrow is an acclaimed journalist, inspirational international speaker, and 5TJT columnist who hosted numerous radio and Cable TV shows, including Insight/Israel. Baila is also an educator, and active on many human rights and political causes. Baila is the Founder and President of Neshoma Advocates, Inc., servicing children and families at-risk. She is also a world renowned matchmaker and relationship coach, and president of Baila Sebrow Events, LLC. She has been been featured in various publications, including The New York Times.