Facing History and Yourself
No One Is Immune From Hatred; It Touches Us All.
As World War II finally came to a close in Europe, an American journalist named Meyer Levin was among the first to tour a Nazi death camp. After describing the horrors he witnessed there, he concluded, “This was the source of the fear and guilt in every human who remained alive. For human beings had had it in them to do this, and we were of the species.” His words serve as a powerful reminder that antisemitism is no a Jewish story or even a European one, but a human story that affects each of us.