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An Annual Time to Remember

Chaplain Ken Vinal of Trinity Prep School in Central Florida says, “Yom HaShoah is a day, a time that is difficult to face, the inhumanity and all that happened.”

He participated in the 2010 Yom HaShoah event at the Holocaust Education and Resource Center of Central Florida fulfilling the commitment to never forget what happened. He says in this interview, “An annual time to remember … what’s also connected to it like the art project in getting students and young people to learn and then create art. I think that’s very, very important.”


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Chaplain Vinal loves the diversity of cultures in Central Florida, where everybody is from somewhere else. He also feels it is important to realize we have Holocaust survivors here in our town and to talk to them if we can.

When asked what message from Holocaust Remembrance Day he would like to share with future generations he states, “To hear about those who had the courage to rescue people if they can do something like that I can too.”

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Ken Vinal

Chaplain Ken Vinal, Trinity Preparatory School, interview at Yom Hashoah Day of Remembrance at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of...

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