BJE March of the Living
The past few months have been challenging and chaotic for everyone and we wanted to take a pause to let you know that we are thinking about you and wishing you and your families peace and good health.
Our office continues to remain closed per guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and the State of California. We will continue responding to e-mails and voicemails during this time. Please continue to reach out and we will assist you as needed.
We at BJE March of the Living shape program goals and objectives around the following mantra: "Remember. Educate. Act." Teens enrolled in the 2020 program are an important part of the BJE March of the Living family. Looking ahead, we will be sure to connect them with the powerful stories of the Survivors who were to have accompanied us on this meaningful journey and hope to be able to offer additional opportunities to connect beyond.
On November 9, 1938 – Kristallnacht, The Night of Broken Glass –
the destruction of over 1,400 synagogues began. Today, Houses of Worship are still under attack around the world. Keep the light on in your House of Worship, institution and private home on November 9th.
Together we will unite the world against antisemitism, racism, intolerance, and hatred by shining light over the darkness of hate.
Please contact Maya Aharon for updated information.
The BJE March of the Living Team
BJE March of the Living Survivor Talk Series
A weekly series featuring the Survivors who had planned to accompany the LA-area teens on the international trip this spring, the series has created opportunities to expand the reach of their personal stories of survival.
The series has been produced by BJE MOTL professionals, along with two teens who would have gone on the trip:
BJE March of the Living Survivor Graduation Message 2020 - Congratulations to the 2020 Graduating Class!