This event marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the 77 anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and will speak to the challenges our country faces now.
Bruce Ratner, Chairman of the Board at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, says, "The concert speaks to the fight for social justice and fundamental human rights.”
“Both the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the centuries-old pandemics of racism and antisemitism highlight the need for resistance and resilience,” said Sing for Hope Co-Founder Camille Zamora. Added Sing for Hope Co-Founder Monica Yunus, “As we seek to listen, learn from, and serve our communities in the days ahead, thoughtful organizational partnerships will be key. It is an honor to unite artists and stand together with allies as a global network that fosters resilience, resistance and hope."
Featuring: Mayim Bialik, Renée Fleming, Whoopi Goldberg, Billy Joel, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Lang Lang, Joyce DiDonato, Lea Salonga, Lauren Ambrose, and many others. A network of 100 organizations from 26 states and other countries have joined to make this livestream event possible.
Live Streamed and free at: www.wearehere.live
Sponsor: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum