29th Annual Gathering at Holocaust Memorial Park at Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn Sponsored by the Holocaust Memorial Committee.
Holocaust Memorial Committee Spring Breakfast
More than one hundred guests attended the HMC’s annual spring breakfast at the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center, including rabbinical and community leaders, elected officials, Holocaust survivors, residents of Brooklyn – and beyond.
The Holocaust Memorial Park has always included Monuments for non - Jewish Victims
Pauline Bilus - DA Hynes Honors Brooklyn's Extraordinary Women 2008.
May 24, 2007
Ira Bilus founder and Honorary Chairman of the Holocaust Memorial Committee.
Ira Bilus, a community educator and advocate in Brooklyn for education about the Holocaust, today received the 2006 Louis E. Yavner Citizen Award. In the formal presentation today, Bilus was recognized for his efforts to further Holocaust education, commemoration, and remembrance through the creation of a Holocaust Memorial Park, and coordination of Holocaust education activities in local schools.
April 17, 2005
Jasenovac Research Institute. First Monument to Victims of Jasenovac is Unveiled in New York City's Holocaust Park at Jasenovac Day of Commemoration Ceremonies. The Mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, officially proclaimed April 17, 2005 as “Jasenovac Day of Commemoration throughout New York City” in a decree issued on April 14th.
June 22, 1997
From Archives of the Mayor's Press Office.
Mayor Giuliani attends Holocaust Memorial Dedication in Brooklyn.