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“I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor. Never the victim.” – Presidential Fellow Elie Wiesel


"Night" by Elie Wiesel

“Night” is a report of Elie Wiesel’s experience in the concentration camps. The Romanian author and Nobel Peace Prize winner’s story was published in 1956 and sold more than six million copies. 393 more words


What's more terrifying

Hate can be terrifying, truly it can, but think back throughout history (or even in today’s time) when there has been so much hate, there not only has been so much love, but justice, community, fear, empowerment, discord, etc. 409 more words


These last couple of months

In the last couple of months, I have been trying to decide on my own direction. I do mean that in terms of literal direction, but also in terms of career, goal, and simply lifestyle. 504 more words

A Call to Action

Taking a Stand

There is always an opportunity to do better, to be better. One place to start is where we see something blatantly wrong and unjust. 107 more words

Learning Tools


I shared recently with a friend that my life sometimes seems to be driven by a need to stand ready and armed in the attack mode.  330 more words


Book Review » The Night Trilogy #2: Dawn by Elie Wiesel

Title: Dawn

Elie Wiesel

Historical Fiction, History, Holocaust

ISBN:  9780809037728

Published: 1960 (this edition: 2006)

Publisher: Hill & Wang

Format: Paperback

Pages: 80… 378 more words

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