To this day some people insist it never happened. Others prefer to repress the memory of it, as if not talking about it, or learning from it, will wash away its awful stain on humanity… As for the broader landscape, a fuller picture of our history is starting, slowly, to be reflected in parks and on town squares.
The General Assembly may appropriate $250,000 to help pay for a Holocaust memorial that would be installed in downtown’s LeBauer Park.
On December 15, 2020 the Greensboro History Museum and Women of the Shoah – Jewish Placemaking held a virtual webinar to honor the women and children killed in the Liepaja Massacre of 1941. Watch the full replay.