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Heller escaped Austria and later in life educated thousands about the horrors of the Holocaust. In between, she served alongside her husband in politics, philanthropy and in building a vision for Greenville's future.
The daughter of a prominent Holocaust survivor who lived in Aiken sued earlier this month two entities tied to the second “Borat” movie, alleg…
Judith Evans still remembers holding her mother's hand as she watched her synagogue go up in flames.
Charleston Jewish Federation’s high school leadership cohort teaches students, both Jewish and non-Jewish, about the Holocaust in a different way — through real-world cultural, educational and civic activities.
In an age marked by acts of violence against minority faith groups and schools, the new head of school is striving to make Addlestone Hebrew Academy more community-focused while maintaining a safe environment where children receive a high-quality education and gain a deep appreciation for Jewish culture.
In a three-week Holocaust simulation this spring, each of her Mount Pleasant students followed the journey of a real person with biographical details drawn from the historic record.
Diny Adkins listened intently, her eyes brimming with tears as a College of Charleston student performed a song about the Holocaust.