Boston 3G’s 5th Annual Frozen Memorial

Frozen Memorial at Faneuil Hall - courtesy of Nir Landau

Frozen Memorial at Faneuil Hall – photo courtesy of Nir Landau

Why are we Frozen?
Since 2010, each year on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) the 3rd generation of Holocaust survivors freeze in a unique and modern twist on a “moment of silence” in order to call attention to and honor the memories of Holocaust survivors and those who perished.  Our goal is to share with the Boston community our promise to never forget.

Did you Know?
The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime.  Of these six million, as many as 1.5 million were children. Click here to learn more.

Who are we?
Boston 3G, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that brings together grandchildren of Holocaust survivors.  As a living link to survivors, we are dedicated to keeping alive the history and stories of the Holocaust.  Our mission is to explore our common history in order to keep our grandparents’ memories alive and to create a social and educational outlet in Greater Boston.

How can YOU help?
Click here to contact Boston 3G about:

  • speaking to students
  • joining our email listserv
  • planning a special event

Educate yourself and others about what took place during the Holocaust and never forget those who perished.

Click here to support Boston 3G so we can continue educating others about the Holocaust.