Stories From Main Street: 3GNY Keeps The Memory Of The Holocaust Alive In NYC

April 2, 2012 12:00 AM

Stories From Main Street: 3GNY Keeps The Memory Of The Holocaust Alive In NYC
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - With the Jewish people to once again celebrate their survival with Passover, a New York City group hopes that we will never forget about the Holocaust, so we can say “never again.”

" WCBS 880′s Sean Adams On The Story

" At an age when most young women in America are dreaming about the prom and going off to college, Leora Klein’s grandmother was in the hands of the Nazis.

“I talk about that march, that death march that they took from Hungary to Austria and how in the freezing, freezing cold of a European winter my grandmother walked, as an 18-year-old girl with no winter boots, no down jacket, no Uggs, and marched and saw people next to her die,” said Klein.

Klein and Dan Brooks are co-founders of the non-profit 3GNY. The 3G stands for third generation, as in third generation Holocaust survivor – the grandchildren of those who lived through one of the most horrific events in human history "

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