This week we have commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day by studying the Holocaust, commemorating the day (January 27), and now examining Antisemitism. If you have missed previous posts, you will find them here: 636 more words
Thailand feels like college in the sense that I feel like I'm in a bubble here and the outside world just doesn't exist. The only reason I have any inkling of what's going on outside of this country is because I recently subscribed to theSkimm. Well, that, and the occasional news story that pops up on my feed on Facebook. So, it goes without saying that I completely forgot that yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day--something I am usually aware of given that Holocaust history has always been something I've been interested in and passionate about. I may be a day late, but I still want to reblog this post from January 27, 2015...because whether we want to hear it or not, genocide is still happening--and it will continue to happen if we don't talk about it, if we don't educate ourselves about the past horrors we have implemented in the name of hatred.