Today is Holocaust Day of Remembrance and it’s an important time to remember LGBT history. The Nazis made LGBT people wear the pink triangle and were treated as the lowest of the low in concentration camps. We should remember our history
Nicholas Winton helped 669 Jewish children escape the Nazis. His efforts went unrecognized for 50 years. Then in 1988, while sitting as a member of a TV audience, he suddenly found himself surrounded by the kids he’d rescued, now adults.
It's Holocaust Remembrance Day. Reminder that the nazis put pink triangles on LGBTQ people and sent them to concentration camps. After the camps were liberated, the allies threw LGBTQ people back in prison and their genocide was minimized and ignored in history books.
The Nazis killed Czeslawa Kwoka, a Polish Catholic girl, in 1943 at Auschwitz. According to the photographer, before this photograph was taken, the girl dried her tears and the blood from the cut on her lip.
“I normally don’t agree with Hitler, but when I do…”
Why are all the transphobes being so open about this, all of a sudden? I know the political landscape has shifted right in the US and UK but most people still generally think Hitler and the Nazis are bad, right?
Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. We remember the six million Jewish men, women and children murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators, all victims of Nazi persecution and the victims of subsequent genocides. #HMD2023#HolocaustMemorialDay
Today is #HolocaustMemorialDay marking the 78th anniversary of Auschwitz-Birkenau's liberation and to remember the 6M Jews murdered by the Nazis alongside the 5M murdered from different minorities groups including Slavs, Roma, Black, disabled, LGBT+ and victims of all genocides