By Anya Nitczynski and Josie Sandel
The Holocaust was a tragedy against people who were innocent such as Jews and disabled people.
This year on Saturday, January 27th, 2018, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. A day when many people think about one of the darkest times in world history. Eleven million people — children, women, and men — lost their lives in the Holocaust. The horrible loss of these people, these families, is why it is important for us to remember. If we forget the Holocaust, history could repeat itself.
Instead of starting a war just to prove someone is better than someone else, remember, treat everyone with respect, kindness, and equality.
Everyone has equal rights, and should be treated as such, no matter what.