Resistance during the Holocaust took on many forms. Most of us are familiar with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943 and the heroic sacrifice of Jewish men and women. But Jewish resistance also had a different, non-violent side. A good example of such efforts was the Ringelblum Archive and the Oneg Shabbat group.
The importance of guarding and keeping heritage, no matter in what form, is a communal responsibility. Yesterday reminded me that it is also a personal one that is not mitigated over time.