For the past nine years, hundreds of thousands of people in Israel and around the world took part in Zikaron BaSalon (“remembrance in the living room”) – a social initiative that connects Holocaust survivors with people looking to hear their stories and meet them face to face, for a live testimony, all in someone’s living room.
This year, in order to follow the restrictions and protect the safety of the survivors, Zikaron BaSalon will be holding online meetings only, as a way to keep the tradition and the memory alive.
Dana Sender-Mulla, Co-Founder of Zikaron BaSalon will talk about the project and preparations, due to the unique circumstances and the importance of not canceling the meetings.
Leah Hason, a Holocaust survivor and Zikaron BaSalon regular will talk about the meaning of the live testimonies for her, and share her thoughts about this year’s expected changes. She will also share parts of her own story.