An Evening for the Righteous
Once in a lifetime event honoring the Righteous
On November 14th 2019 we will come together to honor those who honored us.
80 years after the start of the Second World War and 75 years since the liberation there are fewer and fewer Righteous Among The Nations still living - we will come together around the celebration of the 100th birthday of the oldest living Righteous- Mr. Jozef Walaszczyk, who risked his own life to save the lives of 54 Jews!
Part of the project will be the unveiling of a new Righteous Among The Nations Silent Hero Taxi, our famous London Taxis that give free rides for the Righteous and the grand opening of our Silent Hero Video Project in which we have worked with Poland’s best known journalists from across the political platform to record these heroes, some of whom for the first time!
We are now continuing this project with Jewish and Israeli Journalists, who will be coming to Poland to interview the Righteous in a way that enables us to format the interviews into small bite size videos that millennials can both watch and share.
(See some of the videos here - https://youtu.be/rpi-u9D4Pvk)
At this special event we will be inviting all the still living Righteous, politicians from around the world and opinion leaders. Including former Minister of Foreign Affairs for Albania Edmond Panariti, himself the son of one of Albanian Righteous.
We will also be giving special ‘From The Depths Mosberg Award’, to a few of these Heroes who have never been publicly thanked before, and are honored that Holocaust Survivor and From The Depths Honorary President Edward Mosberg will be joining us.
We will also be joined by Vesa Smolica one of the most famous pop stars in Kosovo, she will perform a remarkable repertoire of songs in Albanian and English, in honor of the Albanian Righteous and the Righteous from all around the world.
Join us at this special event in Warsaw, to say thank you, at what may be the last possible opportunity for a lot of these heroes.
Come together with us to honor those who honored us.