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The JCY-Westchester Community Partner’s mission is to enhance the educational experience of children in Westchester County through effective learning initiatives and the engagement of volunteer mentors.

Holocaust Remembrance Program

To honor the memory of the 12 million victims of this horrific genocide, JCY-Westchester Community Partners, Lincoln Park Jewish Center, Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center Speakers Bureau and the Yonkers Public Schools are offering:


 The Holocaust Remembrance Program

was held on

March 13 – March 17, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


311 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10704

All Yonkers public school students, as well as the entire community, are invited to attend. The event features live accounts given by survivors and a poster display, "Courage to Care" by the Simon Weisenthal Center. The posters depict the history, resistance, and impact of the Holocaust.


CLICK HERE to download the full schedule of Speakers.

One student from last year‟s event writes, "I felt it was my generation that would have to stop the hatred. Hatred is what started the Holocaust… Hatred can start something like the Holocaust again. It’s up to my generation to make sure hatred is not in our world.” Students learn to apply the lessons from the Holocaust survivors to become “upstanders” (those who stand up for their neighbors) instead of bystanders.


The Holocaust Remembrance Program is coordinated by JCY-Westchester Community Partners in partnership with the Yonkers Public Schools and is sponsored by Lincoln Park Jewish Center and the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center Speakers Bureau (Susan Rothschild).The Yonkers Public Schools generously provides free bus transportation for its students.