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International Holocaust Remembrance Day is held each year as a way to remember the killing of 6 million Jews and millions of others during World War II. Holocaust survivor Reva Kibort tells the story of when German soldiers came to Warsaw, Poland. She was taken to a concentration camp at age 12, where her family was eventually killed. At a time when extreme right-wing groups, including anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim groups are on the rise, Kibort says, “We have to speak up. Wherever you see injustices at all, you have to speak up.”
January 29, 2018 video and resource materials from PBS NewsHour.