Holocaust survivor Magda Brown’s role in making sure “Never Again” means never again

By: Start TV Staff     Posted: June 10, 2019, 12:25PM

As a Holocaust survivor who came to Chicago after the war, Magda Brown kept quiet then about what she experienced growing up in Poland, where she was forced into a ghetto and then interned in Auschwitz, losing her family. But by 1977 when members of the American Nazi party wanted to march in Skokie, Ilinois, wearing SS uniforms, Brown and her fellow survivors decided it was time to speak up and tell the world that never again means never again. Building her own family and career, Brown is living proof of what hate is capable of and continues to speak out about the importance of freedom and standing up to Holocaust deniers.

Holocaust survivor Magda Brown’s message to students: "Protect our freedom":

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