“Never again with us. Diversity means freedom!” was the message being sent by thousands of young people in the theme year. Their original statements were be presented at the Brandenburg Gate as a multimedia presentation: A THOUSAND VOICES FOR DIVERSITY – a visible commitment to fight racism, intolerance, anti-Semitism, violence and exclusion.

Emotions – Pictures – Messages: Youths introduced their statements and films and, together with the witnesses from that time Margot Friedländer, Inge Deutschkron and Coco Schumann, they presented a clear and impressive signal against forgetting. The responsibility for Germany’s vital culture of remembrance was handed over symbolically into the hands of the young generation on this evening.

British star violinist Daniel Hope, who only recently travelled to Theresienstadt as part of making the film documentary “Refuge in Music” with jazz guitarist Coco Schumann, who also presented on the evening and performed some musical highlights.

You can find a short summary on 10 November 2013 at Brandenburger Tor by the Russian Voice on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpM9bsi0wLc#t=499

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