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MARCH OF REMEMBRANCE
The marches were birthed in Tübingen, Germany by Jobst Bitner, a theologian and activist, as a German-Christian response to the Holocaust. The marches have grown to a worldwide movement led by Christian leaders and universities partnering with the Jewish community.
Date: Sunday, April 19th (Yom HaShoa)Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocation: SMU Mack Ballroom - Dallas, TX
The march will be on the SMU campus concluding with a short remembrance ceremony on the lawn.