End the shameful ban on Stolpersteine in Munich!

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raisa roginsky
6 years ago
...we have to remember

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Connie Goebel
6 years ago
This continued inability to face the deeds of the past is another act of intolerance and hatred.

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Inez ruting
6 years ago
The Stolpersteine are a beautiful tribute to the lives of all the people who disapered during the Shoah. They mattered. They are important to us today.

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Maja Elaine Kröninger
6 years ago
...weil ich möchte, dass noch unsere Kinder darüber stolpern und sich erinnern, dass es Zivilcourage braucht.

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Ekkehard Pascoe
6 years ago
Stolpersteine sind vernünftig.

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Henry Kemp
6 years ago
Remember your history!

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Rose Dudley
6 years ago
We need to remember the suffering of so many innocent people.It's the right thing to do.

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Geri Marshall
6 years ago
I'm appalled. I'm an American Christian and never knew about Stolpersteine. I'm really proud of your strength to stop this abhorrent denial of history. Everyone's history is important, and they all have a right to be remembered.

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Toby Sonneman
6 years ago
I want to have a Stolperstein for my great-aunt, Elise Sonnemann, who was a doctor in Munich and was shot in a mass killing in Kaunus, Lithuania in November of 1941. I am able to have a Stolperstein for another great-aunt, murdered in Auschwitz, place in Mannheim, so why not in Munich?

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Tammy Serbee
6 years ago
I think it's important to commemorate the tragedy. We should never forget.