The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

Sara Salzman

Five years ago, Sara read an article about Nizkor in a 'net magazine. As a Jew, as a descendant of Holocaust victims, and a relative of Shaika Weinberg, founder of the U.S. Holocaust Museum, Sara felt a stong desire to help with this important group. She is a frequent contributor to alt.revisionism, and has been honored by revisionists by being called "some college student in Boston pretending to be a chic [sic] in Ohio" (George Burdi/Hawthorne) and "fatbroad" (Matt Giwer).

Sara is the mother of two children. She is a Strategic Marketing Consultant, Internet Content Developer, Content Evangelist, and "Webutante." Sara has been an active contributor to the Southern Poverty Law Center since 1985 and is a card-carrying member of the ACLU. She has been an active member of the Leonard Peltier Support Group since 1994. She plays the piano, dulcimer, and guitar; knits, weaves, and quilts; cooks gourmet meals; write poetry and short stories; and plays with the family's Corgi, Dylan. In her spare time, she sleeps.

Sara says:
"I've been involved in historical research for as long as I can remember. When I first read about Nizkor, I was amused that there might actually still be people out there silly enought to try and deny the events of the Holocaust.

Of course, I was wrong.

The recent shootings at Columbine High School (just a few miles from my home) have reminded me of how far we have to go, and how important it is to shine the light of Truth on those who hate. And more importantly, to stop the recruiters of hate from poisoning our children."

Sara dedicates her Nizkor work to the people of Stolin, Poland (now Belarus), who were murdered en masse by the Nazis.

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