Commemorating Holocaust Victims’ Anniversary

Commemorating Holocaust Victims’ Anniversary

International Holocaust Remembrance Day was designated to be held on January 27 by The United Nations General Assembly in 2005. On this day in 1945 Jewish victims were liberated from Auschwitz-Birkenau. Today is the 77th anniversary of that fateful day. Every year the world remembers the pain and agony the six million Jewish victims and […]

Texas Judge Upholds Methodist Hospital’s Employee Vaccination Mandate

Texas Judge Upholds Methodist Hospital’s Employee Vaccination Mandate

As the country realizes power over the coronavirus through confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine, employers have a difficult decision to make about mandatory vaccinations. Employers at medical facilities, hospitals, and nursing homes are requiring their staff members to be vaccinated. Given the sharp division in the United States regarding the vaccination’s efficacy, it is not […]

Honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day

Honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust remembrance day is recognized internationally to commemorate the millions of Nazi victims. The United Nations designated January 27 as the day for remembrance in 2005. From 1941 to 1945 the Nazi Germany genocide took place — also known as Shoah the World War II genocide of the European Jews. The Holocaust is remembered on […]

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