Study: Marchers deeply affected - Feature

Study: Marchers deeply affected

SALVATORE CAPUTO | Assistant Managing Editor | Posted: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 10:00 am

March of the Living – the trip to Poland and Israel to recall those who died in the Holocaust and to recall what those who survived have accomplished in Israel – has a powerful impact on Jewish participants, according to a study commissioned by March of the Living International.

This Holocaust educational program takes an average “10,000-20,000 students annually to Poland and Israel with the goal of educating and inspiring future generations to learn from the destruction of the European Continent during the Second World War and accepts applicants from all walks of life and religions, hoping to ensure that not only is the Holocaust not forgotten, but also that it is never repeated,” according to a press release announcing the study.

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