LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- This coming Saturday will mark the start of the 38th Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference.
Various workshops, speakers, and film screenings will happen through the week next week, all honoring the victims and survivors of the Holocaust.
GLHRC Chair, Sarah Powley, said the Greater Lafayette community has a responsibility to fight against discrimination of all kinds.
“We all have a responsibility to see that the forces of hatred and discrimination don't gain purchase in our community, and to know that it's the responsibility of everyone to do that,” said Powley. “We have to bear witness to what has happened and also to be renewed in our commitment to fighting against discrimination and hatred and acceptance of all people.”
For more information about specific events through next week, visit the GLHRC website for a full and detailed schedule of events.
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