Opinion: Holocaust Survivor and Family Do the Dance of Life at Auschwitz
Some are calling this insensitive but at ParentDish, we call it a pure celebration of life.
Holocaust survivor Adolek Kohn never dreamed he would head back to the concentration camp 63 years later, but he did just that, bringing his grandchildren with him.
It was his daughter's idea to make a music video out of the experience.
"We came from the ashes, now we dance," Jane Korman told the Associated Press. She explains that she did it to "awaken people" in the hopes that it "would make them think again about this past."
Seems to us that this is more about the future. And for that, we applaud you.
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